Privacy Policy

ThompsonMcMullan, P.C. (the “Firm”) does not collect personally-identifying information about visitors to this website, (the “website”), unless the visitor voluntarily submits that information to the Firm by contacting us or signing up for Firm publications (e.g., Elder Law E-Newsletter). In addition, when a visitor visits the website, the Firm may collect certain non-identifying information about the visitor such as the domain name of the website from which the visitor linked to us.

Any information the Firm obtains from the website, whether voluntarily provided by the visitor or automatically collected, may be used to help improve the website for the Firm’s internal business and marketing purposes. The Firm does not disclose information from its website to third parties for any purpose, unless a visitor has requested such information be disclosed. Notwithstanding any other statements or representations here or elsewhere on the website, the Firm reserves the right to disclose any information in our possession if we are required to do so by law, or we reasonably believe that such disclosure is necessary to comply with the law, defend our rights or property, or respond to an emergency.

Electronic Data Communication and Storage. In the interest of facilitating our services to you, we may communicate with you or others by email, facsimile transmission, send data over the internet, store electronic data via computer software applications hosted remotely on the internet, or allow access to data through third-party vendors’ secured portals or clouds. Electronic data that is confidential to your case may be transmitted or stored using these methods. In using these data communications and storage methods, our firm makes reasonable efforts to keep such communications and data access secure in accordance with our obligations under applicable laws and professional standards. By communicating with us by electronic means, you recognize and accept that we have no control over the unauthorized interception or breach of any communications or data once it has been sent or has been subject to unauthorized access, notwithstanding all reasonable security measures employed by us or our third-party vendors. You further consent to our use of these electronic devices and applications and submission of confidential client information to third-party service providers during this engagement.

Wire Transfers. Prior to sending any wire transfers, you must call our law firm to verify the instructions. We will not change wiring instructions. If you receive wiring instructions from a different bank, branch location, account name, account number, or other change, the change in wiring instructions should be presumed to be fraudulent. Do not send any funds and contact our law firm immediately. Failure to follow this procedure will endanger your funds.

Confidentiality Notice All emails and any files attached may contain confidential information protected by the attorney-client privilege and/or the work product doctrine. The information is only for the use of the individual to whom the sender intended to send the information. If you are not such individual, any disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance upon the email is prohibited. If you receive an email in error, please reply to notify the sender, and please delete your copy.

If you have any questions about the information collected on the website, our policies disclosed herein, or would like to have that information deleted, please contact:


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