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Gratia P. Schoemakers is available for consultation regarding legal matters; however, the act of sending electronic mail to this law firm does not alone create an Attorney-Client relationship. This office is under no obligation to respond to your messages, and if such response is given, it is done solely as a courtesy. No legal advice will be given over the Internet, by telephone, fax, or otherwise before an Attorney-Client relationship is established. The Attorney-Client privilege will not protect your message, as you do not have an Attorney-Client relationship with this office solely as a result of your initial inquiry. The proper way to establish an Attorney-Client relationship with this office is to sign a written Legal Services Agreement, which we will provide to you. The Legal Services Agreement describes the matter upon which you initially engage this office. You will be charged for professional services and advice pursuant to the Legal Services Agreement.

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Gratia P. Schoemakers is available for consultation regarding legal matters; however, the act of sending electronic mail to this law firm does not alone create an Attorney-Client relationship. This office is under no obligation to respond to your messages, and if such response is given, it is done solely as a courtesy. No legal advice will be given over the Internet, by telephone, fax, or otherwise before an Attorney-Client relationship is established. The Attorney-Client privilege will not protect your message, as you do not have an Attorney-Client relationship with this office solely as a result of your initial inquiry. The proper way to establish an Attorney-Client relationship with this office is to sign a written Legal Services Agreement, which we will provide to you. The Legal Services Agreement describes the matter upon which you initially engage this office. You will be charged for professional services and advice pursuant to the Legal Services Agreement.