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Disclaimer/Conditions of Use

Disclaimer/Conditions of Use

Attorney-Client Relationship

By submitting a request for legal assistance or legal advice or by contacting us, you acknowledge that the National Association of Parents, Inc. does not represent you. There is no guarantee that the National Association of Parents, Inc. will review your submission or that, after review, that you will be contacted in any manner or that we will agree to represent you. Although we look forward to learning about your situation as a parent, we cannot represent you until we know that doing so will not create a conflict of interest and will be consistent with our mission. We will not represent you until and unless we make a decision to do so and then only after the National Association of Parents, Inc. and you enter into an engagement agreement in which the terms of our representing you are confirmed. You may or may not receive any response from us and you should not rely upon making a submission as a substitute for taking such action as necessary to protect your family’s rights.

Confidentiality

We cannot treat unsolicited information as confidential although, to the extent permitted by law, we will treat what you submit as confidential and not release that information to any person other than the attorneys and staff reviewing your situation. If any effort is made to obtain information from us by use of legal process, such as a subpoena, we will vigorously resist disclosing any information. Indeed, internally, we will make reasonable efforts to mask identifying information except when necessary to our review and decision making process.

Conditions of Use

The materials on this Web site (a) have been prepared by the National Association of Parents, Inc. for informational purposes only, (b) do not constitute legal advice, and (c) are not guaranteed to be correct, complete or up-to-date.

The transmission of information on this Web site is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this Web site without first consulting legal counsel. This Web site is not intended to be advertising, and the National Association of Parents, Inc. does not desire to represent anyone desiring representation based upon viewing this Web site in a jurisdiction where this Web site fails to comply with all laws and ethical rules of that jurisdiction.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.

Some materials on this Web site contain links to other resources on the Internet. Such links are provided as citations and aids to help individual readers identify and locate other Internet resources that may be of interest and are not intended to state or imply that the National Association of Parents, Inc. sponsors, is affiliated or associated with, or is legally authorized to use any trade name, trademark, logo, legal or official seal, or symbol that may be reflected in any such links.

Materials on this Web site may only be reproduced in their entirety (without modification) for the individual reader’s personal and/or educational use and must include this Notice and Disclaimer.

To the extent the state bar rules in an individual reader’s jurisdiction require the National Association of Parents, Inc. to designate a principal office and/or a single attorney responsible for this Web site, the National Association of Parents, Inc. designates its office in Atlanta, Georgia USA, as its principal office and designates David S. DeLugas as the attorney responsible for this Web site.

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