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This website was created for Tolbert, Beadle & Musgrave, LLC as an advertisement and for the sole purpose of providing general information. It is not intended for the purpose of providing legal advice and if you want legal advice you should contact an attorney directly. By using this website you have agreed to the terms and conditions outline. This site is not intended in any way to form an attorney-client relationship as the same can only be formed after a consultation with one of our attorneys and your signature on a contract. The laws are different from state to state and no general information that Tolbert, Beadle & Musgrave, LLC can provide will necessarily be applicable to your circumstance. We cannot represent clients in states or jurisdictions in which we are not licensed and the states in which each attorney is licensed are indicated on their individual pages. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. You should not rely on any of the information provided in this website and you should seek the advice of an attorney. This website is provided by Market Masters Legal, A Resonance Company Inc.
Robert Vaughn is a paid spokesperson for Tolbert, Beadle & Musgrave, LLC. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely on advertisements.
By agreeing to the terms and conditions of this website, if you fill out contact information you are voluntarily providing that information. We cannot give you a 100% guarantee that any information you send us will be confidential or privileged, although we do make every effort to protect personal information. At this time our email communications are not encrypted, a fact that you should take into account in communicating highly sensitive or confidential matters. Any information you provide us will not be sold to third parties for marketing purposes. Submitting any information through this website does not mean that we will represent you. Because providing information to us does not form an attorney-client relationship you should be aware that each state imposes strict deadlines (known as the statute of limitations) for filing claims. Therefore, if a claim is not filed before the applicable statute of limitations expires, you may be forever prevented from bringing that claim. Because we do not represent you, we cannot advise you as to the exact day on which your right to file a claim will expire. You should contact us to determine if your matter is one we are willing to accept. Contact information is provided within this website.