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Privacy & Site Policy

FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

The Henry Law Firm, P.A. regards your right to privacy as a serious matter. Our privacy policy is clear: We do not collect any personally identifiable information when our Website is accessed, unless that information is voluntarily submitted to us by email or other method.

Attorneys have always been, and continue to be, governed by strict confidentiality standards that are much more stringent than any other required standard of another profession or entity, whether by state of federal law. Notwithstanding that, we fully comply with those standards and strictly protect the privacy and confidentiality of our clients’ information. Federal requirements require that some businesses that provide “financial services” must give customers notice of the types of information gathered, the purposes for which that information is gathered, and the circumstances under which that information will or may be disclosed to third parties.

What this Privacy Policy Covers
This Privacy Policy covers The Henry Law Firm, P.A. treatment of personally identifiable information collected by The Henry Law Firm, P.A. when the http://henrypractice.com site is accessed. This Privacy Policy does not describe information collection policies on any other site, including any web site that is either linked to or from http://henrypractice.com and does not fully cover the privacy policy that the firm uses regarding information that comes into possession of the firm during the representation of clients that does not involve this website.

Types of Information We Collect
The Henry Law Firm, P.A. does not collect any personally identifiable information about the persons accessing http://henrypractice.com, other than voluntarily submitted information. Viewers should be aware that access and use of http://henrypractice.com does not create an attorney-client relationship between the viewer and The Henry Law Firm, P.A. and that, accordingly, any information voluntarily submitted to The Henry Law Firm, P.A. is not private and may be disclosed to third parties without notification to the person submitting that information, unless there is an attorney-client relationship that has been agreed upon by both the client and The Henry Law Firm, P.A.

The Henry Law Firm, P.A. collects only that information that viewers voluntarily submit to the firm and information that is necessary for us to gather to assist our clients in our representation of their cause, as well as information that is necessary in determining our ability to represent potential clients and in providing legal advice to those clients.

In the course of representing our clients and in determining whether we can represent potential clients, The Henry Law Firm, P.A. may collect the following additional information:

  1. Information that we receive from our clients and persons seeking our legal services who have not yet formed an attorney-client relationship, on new client information forms, applications, affidavits and other forms; and
  2. Information that is provided by our clients for our use in providing our clients with legal services or financial products or services; and
  3. Information that we obtain from third persons about our clients that is needed by us to adequately represent our clients in conjunction with legal services we are providing those clients; and
  4. Information that we obtain from third persons about potential clients that is needed by us to determine if we can represent that potential client in regard to requested legal services; and
  5. Information about our client’s transactions with us, our affiliates, or others; and
  6. Information we receive from a consumer-reporting agency; and
  7. Information we receive from third parties during our representation of our clients in litigation and transactional matters; and
  8. Information on third parties that is provided by our clients and potential clients, the receipt of which information is necessary so that we can properly represent our clients, and determine our ability to represent potential clients, in transactional and litigation matters in which our provision of legal services has been sought.

How We Use the Information We Collect
The personally identifiable information we collect from and about our clients and others may be used to provide email-based newsletters and other information that our clients or others contacting us may request, as well as to notify those persons from time to time of services offered by The Henry Law Firm, P.A.

With Whom We Share Information
The Henry Law Firm, P.A. does not disclose any nonpublic personal information about our clients or former clients to anyone, except as is permitted or required by law or our code of professional ethics.

“Permitted” disclosures include, for instance, providing information to our employees and, in limited situations, to unrelated third parties who need to know information in order to assist us in providing legal services to our clients. In all such situations, The Henry Law Firm, P.A. stresses the confidential nature of any information shared and we will generally not supply any such information without first consulting our client about such disclosure(s). We restrict access to all nonpublic personal information we possess about our clients and others contacting us for representation to those employees who need to know that information in order to provide products or services to our clients and others contacting us for representation.

“Required” disclosures include, for instance, information that must be provided to courts and adverse parties when it is necessary under court rule or in the context of the discovery process of litigation or transactional matters that are being handled by the firm on a client’s behalf.

We may disclose information about our clients and others contacting us for representation if we have a good-faith belief that we are required to do so by law or legal process, to respond to claims, or to protect the rights, property or safety of employees of The Henry Law Firm, P.A. or others.

Protecting Confidentiality and Security of Current and Former Client’s Information
The Henry Law Firm, P.A. retains records relating to professional services that we provide so that we are better able to assist our clients and potential clients with their legal needs and, in some cases, to comply with professional guidelines. In order to guard the nonpublic personal information, of our clients and potential clients, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with our professional standards and which exceed requirements of federal regulations to guard that nonpublic personal information.

Changes to this Privacy Policy
The Henry Law Firm, P.A. may revise and update this Privacy Policy at any time by posting such revised Privacy Policy at http://henrypractice.com/privacy.html. Your continued usage of http://henrypractice.com and the services of The Henry Law Firm, P.A. will mean you accept those changes.

Other Terms and Conditions
The general terms and conditions of The Henry Law Firm, P.A. are available on our Website or from our office.

Last Update
This Privacy Policy was last updated on February 24, 2013.

Contact Information
Questions or comments regarding this Privacy Policy should be sent by e-mail to Steve@HenryPractice.com or by U.S. mail to our offices at: The Henry Law Firm, P.A., 9225 Indian Creek Parkway, Suite 1150 · Overland Park, Kansas 66210.

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