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This privacy and usage statement describes our practices in collecting and processing personally identifiable data that is provided through our Web site. Any updates to our policy will be posted in this statement on our Web site.
We do not collect any personally identifiable information unless voluntarily provided by subscribing to an e-mail alert service or sending a comment or a request for information. Any personally identifiable information provided is maintained on a secure server.
Theus Law Offices, L.L.C. will not release any personal information regarding our mailing or e-mail list to any third party. Our e-mail lists will be used exclusively to notify members of legal issues the attorneys of Theus Law Offices, L.L.C. deem important. If you have provided any personal information, you may request that your name be removed from our database at any time.
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- Fees. A statement of our rates is available at any time upon request. We bill our clients a minimum of 0.25 hours for any time incurred.
- Costs and Expenses. Theus Law Offices may incur costs and expenses on your behalf that we will charge to you. Examples of such expenses may include court filing fees, translator fees, associated attorney fees, deposition and transcript fees, consulting or expert witness fees and expenses, computerized legal research, travel expenses, messenger services, and other similar costs. Though out-of-pocket expenses are your responsibility and we assume no liability for payment, we may act on your behalf by advancing payment to third parties if your account is current.
- Delinquent Accounts. We add a 1% per month late payment charge to accounts not paid within thirty days of invoicing. If we are required to bring suit to collect fees from you, the prevailing party in that suit will be entitled to its reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs.
- Termination of Services. We reserve the right to cease performing legal services and to terminate our representation for any reason consistent with the ethical rules, including for nonpayment of legal fees or expenses incurred on your behalf. We may obtain a lien on any of your documents in our possession and on the proceeds of any judgment or settlement entered in your favor to assure we receive payment in full.
- Dispute Resolution. Our relationship and any issues that arise from that relationship will be governed by Louisiana and/or Washington State law and any disputes will be resolved by arbitration in Alexandria, Louisiana before an agreed upon arbitrator pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association.
- File Retention Policy. When we complete our work on your matter, we will close our file and place it in storage. We will then destroy the files when allowed to do so, unless you gave us other disposition instructions at the time of our opening the matter.