Terms & Conditions Governing Free Materials
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1. The materials being accessed are free and available to any member of the public at any time. By accessing the materials, you warrant that you are 18 years of age or older and legally competent to agree to these terms and conditions.
2. Hello Divorce does not perform a conflicts check or other screening for anyone accessing free materials. You understand that both you and your opposing party may be accessing identical materials, and this does not run afoul of the Rules of Professional Conduct.
3. ACCESSING HELLO DIVORCE’S FREE MATERIALS DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YOU AND HELLO DIVORCE OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATED ENTITIES.
4. We make no representation as to the outcome of any legal matter, as we are not your lawyers and we do not have knowledge of any facts related to your case.
5. All intellectual property rights to the materials are owned by Hello Divorce. No materials may be sold, exploited for a commercial purpose, duplicated, shown in public, edited or otherwise modified without the express written consent of Hello Divorce.
6. If at any point we determine for any reason that we cannot continue to provide access to the materials currently available, we may remove access to such materials, and no recourse shall be available to any member of the public. These materials are provided as a public service by Hello Divorce at its cost, and Hello Divorce has no obligation to provide or continue to provide these materials.
7. The materials provided are informational only and do not provide content tailored to your specific matter. The information presented is not legal advice, is not to be acted on as such, and is subject to change without notice. We shall make every reasonable attempt to keep the information available up to date with all legal developments, and the information contained in the materials is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.