All information received from a client is strictly confidential. Our firm takes every step possible to protect your privacy. The data submitted via this form is encrypted and secured using industry-standard 256-bit SSL encryption.
Your Social Security Number and other personal information will only be used in the event that you hire the firm to represent you in your legal matter, and then only when necessary in limited use during the course of your case.
Social Security Numbers are most often used to positively identify parties. Most courts require the Social Security Numbers of all parties in a case. Some other examples of how this information may be used include:
In pursuit of efficiency and accuracy, Chevallier Law may employ recording devices and digital platforms during meetings or consultations for the sole purpose of note-taking. These recordings are intended to assist in recalling specific details or instructions that are crucial to your legal representation. All such recordings are treated with the highest level of care and confidentiality, akin to written notes or documentation in a client's file.
We want to reassure you that any and all recordings are strictly for internal use, and are securely stored in accordance with industry-standard security protocols. Access to these recordings is restricted to only those members of our team who are directly involved in your case. In addition, all such recordings are subject to the attorney-client privilege, and will not be shared, sold, or otherwise disclosed to any third party unless required by law or explicitly authorized by you.
Our firm's commitment to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of our clients is paramount. We respect and uphold the sanctity of attorney-client privilege at all times, in all formats of communication, whether written, verbal, or recorded. Please feel free to discuss any concerns you may have regarding this matter during our consultation.
As always, we are here to serve you, and thank you for entrusting your legal matters to Chevallier Law.