You are welcome to send us email, but any communication from you will be treated as non-confidential and non-proprietary until you first become one of our clients. The law of Kansas says that you do not become our clients merely by sending us an email. Therefore, you should not send us any confidential, proprietary or sensitive information because:
- Your communication will not be treated as privileged or confidential until you are a client
- We may represent or may have represented some party that you have a dispute with, and the law requires that we have to determine if there is a conflict of interest prior to accepting a new client.
Furthermore, you should be aware that any unencrypted communications sent via the Internet, including email, are uncertain and insecure, and that there is no guarantee of delivery of a communication to the intended recipient. Thus, there is potential loss and unauthorized disclosure of any information sent to us via the Internet. For further details concerning the terms under which you may access the website and contact us, please review our Terms & Conditions page.