Privacy Policy

Regarding the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003, and any other privacy policy requirements of any and all other jurisdictions:


I, Dale, very much value privacy, and as a citizen of the United States and California, and as an attorney, definitely want to comply with the laws applicable to me and my attorney practice.

It is unlikely though, that in practical terms, privacy policy requirements have, or will have, substantial relevance to my practice. Nonetheless:

I DO take VERY SERIOUSLY the client / attorney confidentiality privle\idge.

I collect whatever information you provide me.

I do not share any of your information with any office staff or third party vendors, as I do not have, and never have had, any of those. HOWEVER, much of your information WILL be listed in the bankruptcy petition, and further information will be provided to the bankruptcy trustee, and sometimes the Office of the United States Trustee. For the very few other services I provide, the information will be shared with other entities only as required by the inherent nature of the representation.

If you need to correct any information, just let me know via email, text, phone call, etc.

If I need to change this privacy policy, I will likely do so on this web page.

The information you provide me is NOT encrypted, but IS kept either on my person or in locked, secure areas.

If you believe that any of your personal data is being misused by me, please just let me know and I will do my best to correct any such misuse. Keep in mind that much of our personal information is widely available on the internet to anyone, anywhere, who has any interest in getting our information, and thus any suspected misuse of your information by me, may not actually be due to my actions. Feel free to ask me, though.