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The information on our Website has been made available by Snell Wylie & Tibbals, A Professional Corporation (“SWT”) for information purposes only and does not constitute either legal advice or our agreement to represent you. Your use of our Website is subject to the following:

CHANGES: SWT reserves the right to change these terms at any time, effective immediately upon posting on this Website. You should check this page periodically.

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INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY: The materials available on this Website are intended for informational purposes ONLY. Any opinions inadvertently expressed on this Website are the opinions of the individual author only and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SWT or any other individual attorney. SWT expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions which you may take or not take based on anything on our Website.

NO ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP: Neither the mere transmission or receipt of the information contained on our Website nor your contacting us through or as a result of your review of our Website will create an attorney-client relationship between you and SWT.

USE IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS: SWT’s attorneys practice law only in jurisdictions in which each of them is properly authorized to do so. SWT does not seek to represent anyone in any jurisdiction where this Website does not comply or is in any way inconsistent with the rules governing communication of legal services in a particular state. SWT is unwilling to assume the representation of clients from those states where the materials do not comply with State Bar requirements and when those clients are generated as a result of that