Pitzer Snodgrass, P.C. is respectful of your privacy and takes it very seriously. We will protect any non-public personal information that you disclose and entrust to us with the utmost concern and in accordance with the terms of this notice, which we reserve the right to amend from time to time as it becomes necessary.

Notice to Visitors of this Web Site.

Pitzer Snodgrass, P.C. does not collect any personally identifiable information from you through this Web Site using any clandestine methods or electronic surveillance technologies. The only information we gather is information that you voluntarily submit to us of your own accord and by your own action. Except as required by law or expressly authorized by you, we will not provide or redistribute any personally identifiable information that you provide to us to any third parties. Any personally identifiable information that you submit will only be used to respond to your inquiries or requests or for providing services and information that you have requested.

Notice to Clients and Former Clients.

Pursuant to applicable laws and regulations, a law firm that provides advice with respect to financial matters is required to inform its clients of the law firm’s policies with respect to the disclosure of non-public personal information. We collect non-public personal information from clients directly and from third parties such as accountants, financial advisors, insurance agents, banking institutions, and other advisors. We will not disclose any non-public personal information of clients or former clients to any third parties except when required by law or if authorized by the client or former client. We protect the non-public personal information of our clients and former clients to the best of our ability with physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with all applicable industry and professional standards and rules of ethics. While the laws and regulations referred to above govern the collection, use, confidentiality and protection of non-public information, they do not limit the attorney-client privilege nor relieve the attorney’s duty to protect the confidentiality of the client’s information. Even in certain circumstances where the law allows disclosure of non-public personal information of a client or former client, we follow a more stringent policy of non-disclosure similar to the rules imposed by the attorney-client privilege and applicable professional standards and rules of ethics.

Internet Information Security Risks.

Sending data over the internet involves certain risks of unauthorized interception and/or unauthorized use of such data. We cannot and do not warrant the security of data while in transit to or from this Web Site. Although we protect this Web Site with security procedures and techniques that we believe are equal to or exceed industry standards, it is possible that third parties may devise methods to circumvent those procedures and techniques. By using this Web Site, you will be deemed to have a full awareness and knowledge of such circumstances and to have chosen to assume all risks and liabilities associated with transmission of your personally identifiable information via the internet.