privacy policy

Justice Law respects your privacy

We will not share personal information without your express permission. We use email to communicate with our clients, agents, staff, and other entities, but we do not share email addresses with third-parties without your understanding and consent, and only to facilitate our relationship. We will collect and use information through our web site only in the ways disclosed in this statement. This statement applies solely to information collected at Justice Law's web site.


The materials provided on this site are for information purposes only. These materials constitute general information relating to areas of law familiar to our firm lawyers. They do NOT constitute legal advice or other professional advice and you may not rely on the contents of this web site as such.

Information collection

Justice Law collects information through our web site only through forms and active submissions. Our hosting company does not identify site viewers in any detail, other than through broad geographical areas. We do not track IP addresses or use cookies.

We will not supplement information collected at our web site with data from other sources. We do not share data from our web site with third parties. We offer links to other web sites. Please note: When you click on links to other web sites, we encourage you to read their Privacy Policies. Their standards may differ from ours. If our policy on information collection or uses changes, will advise you by updating our Privacy Policy.

Confidentiality of Communications

Justice Law does not guarantee the confidentiality of any communications sent by e-mail or through its web site, or left in voicemail messages on firm telephones. Unsolicited information and material may not be treated as confidential and will not be protected by any lawyer-client privilege. Accessing or using this web site does not create a lawyer-client relationship. Although the use of the web site may facilitate access to or communications with members of Justice Law by e-mail or voicemail, receipt of any such communications or transmissions by any member of Justice Law does not create a lawyer-client relationship, unless our firm agrees to represent you.

Although Justice Law has made reasonable efforts to ensure that the materials contained on this site are accurate, it does not warrant or guarantee: the accuracy, currency or completeness of the materials; that the site will be available without interruption, error or omission; that defects will be corrected; or that the web site and the server(s) that make it available are free from viruses or harmful components. The web site and the materials provided on the web site are provided “as is” and “as available” without representations, warranties or conditions of any kind, either expressed or implied.


Justice Law and its partners will have no liability for any damage arising from the misuse of any information provided on this web site. The information provided on the web site is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Doing so without seeking the advice of legal counsel constitutes a misuse of the information.