This site promotes Vellum LLC's legal services and provides legal information. It does not provide legal advice and does not create an attorney client relationship.
Phew! We got the legalese out of the way. That will make the lawyers and judges happy. Now let’s try to do this in plain English.
1. Don’t try this at home
Some things look so easy. It’s tempting to say: I can do this myself. But remember, the experts make things look easy because they’ve had years and years of training and practice. Have you ever tried juggling bowling pins?
The same is true with lawyers. They’ve had years and years of education and practice. They’re the experts.
This site isn’t trying to make you a legal expert. It’s not here to help guide you to decide a particular action. It’s only trying to introduce you to legal concepts and inform you about the law. It doesn’t know your situation. It wont ask you all the right questions. It only provides you with general legal information. It only gives you questionnaires that create baseline documents that need attorney review. So take the time and learn as much as you can. If you do, you’ll be much better equipped when you go to a lawyer. You’ll have a better idea of what to ask. You’ll better grasp difficult legal concepts.
The other thing to remember is that the law constantly changes. We’ll try to keep our information updated, but may not be able to keep up with ever changing laws. So our information might be outdated.
2. We’re not an item, but we hope to be
Please don’t take this personally, but just because we’re giving you legal information, providing questionnaires, or allow you to contact us electronically doesn’t mean that you (the visitor) and (Vellum) are an item. Vellum is not your attorney until you sign a fee agreement or pay for our services. So don’t tell us any of your secrets (the confidential stuff) until we have this relationship in place. Then we’ll let you know when it’s OK to send us your confidential information.
3. We’re not that kind of guy
We don’t do tax law. Have you seen how many tax laws there are? It takes a special type of person to know that stuff. People like CPAs and tax attorneys. We’re not part of that special group. So if you have tax questions, go see one of those people who are part of that group.
OK. There are our disclaimers. We hope you took the time to read it much more slowly then the guys who read those legal disclaimers on radio ads.