1835 Forest Drive, Suite D-3, Annapolis
124 E. Market Street, Salisbury
Last updated January 6, 2017
Collection, Use, and Security
Carter Law, and its service providers, collect personal data that you provide. By using this site and submitting your personal data, you agree to the collection and use of the information provided in accordance with this policy. While using this website, you may choose to provide personally identifiable information, such as your name,email address, payment information, billing address.We store your submitted information in a secure database for the specific purposes in which you provide it. This information will only be used to communicate with you and/or to complete your request. Additionally, our service providers are required to refrain from selling or distributing your information to any third-party vendors. We may also use the information retained in the database to communicate with you directly via email or direct mail, such as to inform you about information or events believed to be of interest to you. Securing your personal information is important to us. Thus, Carter Law has physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards in place to help secure your private information. These safeguards comply with our professional standards, as well as federal regulations. We cannot, however, guarantee that your personal information will never be disclosed in a manner inconsistent with this policy, as no method of transmission via the internet is 100% secure.
Pursuant to the Code of Professional Conduct, attorneys are required to maintain client confidentiality; and upholding this requirement is paramount to Carter Law. Additionally, as a firm that concentrates in estate planning, we are prohibited from disclosing any information that you provide related to tax planning or preparation services without first obtaining your written consent, pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service.
Carter Law collects non-public personal information about you, as provided by you. We do not, however, disclose our client’s private information, except as required or permitted by law.
As legal professionals, we are required by law to disclosure private information when we have knowledge of (1) an intent to commit a crime, (2) child abuse, or (3) elder abuse.
When you engage our firm’s services, you implicitly authorize disclosure to the following:
Request Not to Release
We are required by The Federal Trade Commission to inform you of your right to request that we not release your non-public personal information. It is unnecessary, however, for you to make such a request. As stated above, we are committed to client confidentiality, and especially preserving the attorney/client relationship. Nonetheless, we include this disclosure to ensure compliance with federal regulations. Lastly, when an attorney client relationship exists, at your requests, we may disclose information to an individual/entity you so designate.
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1835 Forest Drive, Suite D-3, Annapolis, MD 21401