Legal Disclosures & Disclaimers

This World Wide Web site [hereinafter, “Site”] is for information purposes only. This Site does not constitute legal advice. The materials on this Site have been prepared for and by the attorneys at the firm of AddyHart P.C., (hereinafter, “AddyHart”).

Your accessing information on this Site does not create an attorney-client relationship. The viewing and/or receipt of information on this Site by any means does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Internet users and online readers of this Site should not act upon any information on it without seeking professional counsel.

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In some jurisdictions, this Site may be considered advertising. AddyHart has sought to comply with all known legal and ethical requirements in compiling this Site.

Collection of Personal Information

Personal information about you is collected only when you voluntarily submit such information using the Contact form on this site. This information may include your name, company name, e-mail address, street address or phone number. When you request information from our website, you consent to our use of the information that you provide to us in accordance with this policy following:

  1. We may use the information we collect to contact you directly and/or to provide information that you requested.
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  3. We may share the information we collect with agents of the firm.

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This privacy policy is not intended to, and does not, create any contractual or other legal rights.

Changes to This Statement

AddyLaw reserves the right to change this statement at any time by posting revisions on this Site.

Permission to Use

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Questions

AddyHart’s principal office is in Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. If you have questions or comments about the content of this site, please contact us via email.

This statement is effective as of July 1, 2019.