Legal Notice

The information and materials on this website are strictly for informational purposes. The transmission, display and provision of this information does not offer or establish an attorney-client relationship with Schian Walker P.L.C., or any of its attorneys. The site does not provide legal advice. You should not act upon any information you receive from this website. Competent legal representation depends upon careful and specific attorney analysis of any legal problem, need or issue that you may have. We only provide such analysis upon specific mutual engagement to act as your attorney.

The attorneys of Schian Walker P.L.C. are available to discuss the possibility of providing legal services. If you are interested and it is otherwise appropriate, we will provide you with information about Schian Walker P.L.C. and, if mutually agreeable, we will discuss with you our willingness to accept retention as your legal counsel. In that event, we will provide you with a proposed engagement letter containing the terms and conditions upon which we would be willing to accept engagement as your legal counsel. Until such time as we have mutually agreed in writing that you have engaged us as your counsel, please do not consider that you are in an attorney-client relationship with us or any of our attorneys. In addition, until and unless one of our attorneys has authorized you to do so, do not send us any confidential information. In the absence of an attorney-client relationship, the confidentiality of such information may not be protected.

In the absence of our express agreement to act as your counsel, we do not accept any duty to you whatsoever (contractual or otherwise), including, but not limited to, any duty to protect your rights, respond to unsolicited communications, to protect any information that you may send without our express authorization, or to advise you of legal rights, duties or deadlines (such as statutes of limitations or other deadlines). The sending of an email by a non-client to Schian Walker P.L.C. or any of the firm’s attorneys or staff members does not create a client relationship, and the contents of such emails are not protected by attorney-client privilege.

The materials and information on the Schian Walker P.L.C. website are updated from time to time, but are not guaranteed to be accurate, current or to reflect valid law or facts at the time you view or receive them. Schian Walker P.L.C. undertakes no responsibility to verify or guarantee, and does not endorse, any materials or information of third parties that is accessible or linked to this website.

The Schian Walker P.L.C. website is not intended to be advertising, and the firm disclaims any desire to represent any prospective clients in states or other jurisdictions in which this website would be construed to constitute advertising or solicitation limited by law or rule. Similarly, unless otherwise specifically indicated as to any attorney, your ability to view or receive this information does not mean that: any attorney of Schian Walker P.L.C. is licensed and able to represent you in the state or other jurisdiction in which you reside or need legal counsel; or that any attorney of Schian Walker P.L.C. has any certification of specialty (if available) in the state or jurisdiction in which you reside or need legal counsel.

Some individuals who we assist are “assisted persons” as defined by 11 U.S.C. § 101(3); therefore, we are a “debt relief agency” as defined by 11 U.S.C. § 101(12)(A). The services that we provide to persons engaged in business include “bankruptcy assistance” services as defined by 11 U.S.C. § 101(4)(A). These services may include bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code and we assist businesses in filing for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. We do not provide “bankruptcy assistance” services to persons who are not engaged in business.

Pursuant to I.R.S. Circular 230, we must advise you that this communication is not intended or written to be used and cannot be used by the recipient for the purpose of avoiding any penalties that may be imposed on the recipient under U.S. federal tax laws.