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This website is intended to convey information about Riesterer Law and other general information.  Nothing found on this website should be relied upon as legal advice.  It is the goal of Riesterer Law to provide accurate information to users of its site, but since laws change frequently and may become out of date, the firm cannot guarantee that the information provided herein is accurate or appropriate for an individual's specific situation.  Any visitors to this website should obtain professional advice from licensed legal counsel in his/her state before acting on any of the information found on this website.  External websites linked to this website are subject to their own terms of use.  The linking of websites does not imply endorsement of the content of those sites by Riesterer Law.  

 

The materials located on this website are for general informational purposes only and shall not constitute legal advice.  Nothing on this website constitutes an unconditional offer to represent you, and under no circumstances does this website, directly or indirectly, including, without limitation, correspondence by any means to or from the firm, establish or intend to establish an attorney-client relationship between you and the firm.  

 

Riesterer Law is available for consultation regarding legal matters; however, the act of sending electronic mail to this firm or making an online contact form submission does not alone create an attorney-client relationship.  The firm makes every effort to reply to all inquiries within a reasonable period of time, but Riesterer Law is under no obligation to respond to any messages, and if such response is given, it is done solely as a courtesy. 

 

No legal advice will be given before an attorney-client relationship is established. The proper way to establish an attorney-client relationship with the firm is to sign a written representation agreement, which Riesterer Law will provide to you. The representation agreement describes the matter upon which you wish to engage the firm, the scope of work to be provided and the fees that will be charged for professional services and advice pursuant to the agreement.