Confidentiality and the Attorney-Client Relationship

All communications between attorney and client are strictly confidential, and the attorney cannot be compelled to divulge attorney-client communications. This right is established and well protected by statute and also by case law.

However, it is important to note that the use of the internet or the form for communication provided on this website, whereby you communicate with the firm or any individual member of Sherkawy & Associates, P.C., does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

An attorney-client relationship can be created by e-mail, but only by a clear and specific mutual agreement. You should exercise caution when communicating confidential or time-sensitive information through this website. The main purpose of this website and any information of services therein is to assist potential clients in learning more about us and our services. If an agreement is reached for legal services, clients could then discuss how to best exchange confidential or time sensitive-information with the firm.