These Terms and Conditions of Use (“Agreement”) are provided by Fenner's Law, P.C. ("Fenner's Law), a North Carolina law practice established in Charlotte, North Carolina and managed by Robert Fenner, a North Carolina Board Licensed, solo practitioner. This Agreement will govern your use of this website, including all content provided on the website.
The submission of information to Fenner’s Law by e-mail or website information form does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Fenner’s Law or Robert Fenner. If you submit information or material through emails or website information form on this web site or otherwise in connection with a matter for which Fenner’s Law does not already represent you, that information and material may not be privileged or confidential, may be disclosed to other parties, and may not be secure. Furthermore, all information submitted shall be the exclusive property of Fenner’s Law, and Fenner’s Law shall be entitled to disclose and use any such any information for any purpose, without restriction or compensation to the party submitting the information.
An Attorney-client relationship will only be established after (a) you sign our Legal Services Agreement and (b) you purchase one of our legal services.
The information and materials on this website are provided by Fenner’s Law for general informational purposes only. This website is not intended to be an advertisement. Fenner’s Law is located in the State of North Carolina. Fenner’s Law will not represent anyone who desires representation, in a state where this website does not comply with all laws and ethical rules of that state. This website and this legal practice offer services related to North Carolina law only.
This web site is not designed to provide legal advice or give a legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. Your use of this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Fenner’s Law or Robert Fenner. Do not rely on any information on this website to make specific legal decisions.
Fenner's Law provides legal services pertaining to North Carolina law only. The attorney responsible for this site is licensed to practice law only in the State of North Carolina. In compliance with the professional rules and restrictions of the North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina Bar Association and for reasons of personal integrity, this practice is bound by stringent professional standards of confidentiality. Any information received by us from our clients is held in strict confidence and is not released to anyone outside of this practice, unless agreed with by you, or as required under applicable law.
All our records are securely retained in electronic files, along with secure backups, for the period of years required under North Carolina law.
Any articles for general knowledge published on this website contain basic information on legal matters and are not meant to provide advice regarding a specific legal problem you may have. We remind you not to rely on this general information without first communicating with us or other legal representation regarding your specific legal situation.
Fenner's Law claims copyright protection on all of the content provided in this website. The content from this website may not be reproduced, copied and/or redistributed in any form without the express permission of Fenner's Law. Furthermore, the content from this website cannot be modified nor can it be used for commercial purposes. Each document posted at this website shall contain the following copyright notice: © 2014 Fenner's Law, P.C.
All payments are processed by Cardholder Information Security Program (CISP) complaint credit card processors, and no credit card or payment account numbers are stored on our servers.
Links posted on this website to other websites are provided only as a convenience to you. We assume no responsibility for the content, security or reliability of any websites to which we have posted links. Spamming, the unsolicited broadcasts of email addresses or links in this website, is prohibited and unauthorized.
Fenner's Law requests that you keep your personal contact information current.
Fenner's Law assumes no liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this website. We will not be responsible under any legal theory for damages, including direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or special, arising as a result of your use of this website. As stated above, this website pertains to the practice of North Carolina law only. Therefore, the content of this website is not applicable in any other state other than North Carolina.
The general information provided on this website is provided without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Fenner's Law reserves the right to change, modify, add, and delete the content on this website.
The terms of this agreement will be governed by the laws of the State of North Carolina. The state and federal courts located in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina will have exclusive jurisdiction over any case or controversy arising from or relating to this agreement, Fenner's Law’ website or any services provided by Fenner's Law. Each person who registers on this website consents irrevocably to personal jurisdiction in such courts with the respect to any matters and waives any defense of forum non conveniens. Furthermore, each person who registers on this website is deemed to have knowingly and voluntarily waived any right to a trial by jury in any case or controversy related to this agreement, Fenner's Law’ website or any services provided by Fenner's Law.
The rights and obligations created for you under this agreement may not be assigned to any other party.
Fenner's Law will not be deemed to be in breach of this agreement for any delay or failure in performance caused by reasons out of its reasonable control, including acts of God or a public enemy; natural calamities; failure of a third party to perform; changes in the laws or regulations; actions of any civil, military or regulatory authority; power outage or other disruptions of communication methods or any other cause which would be out of the reasonable control of Fenner's Law
In the event that one or more of the provisions of this agreement shall be found unenforceable, illegal or invalid, it shall not affect any other provisions of this agreement, and this agreement shall be construed as if the provision found to be unenforceable, illegal or invalid had never been contained in the agreement, or the unenforceable, illegal or invalid provision shall be construed, amended and/or reformed to be made enforceable, legal and valid.
In compliance with the requirements of the IRS pertaining to the publication of Circular 230, we inform you that any advice contained on this website or in any communication originating from this website or this law practice which is related to U.S. federal tax advice is not intended or created to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of 1) either avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or promoting, marketing or 2) recommending to another party any transaction or matter that is contained on this website or in any communication originating from this law practice.
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