Disclaimer

Information found here is only a brief summary of legal developments that is provided for general informational and educational purposes only and does not create an attorney-client relationship between the author and the reader.

Readers are encouraged to seek individualized legal advice in regard to any particular factual situation and should not take action or refrain from action based on information that they read here.

Benefits laws are tax-related. The following specific disclaimer applies to all tax-related content on this blog:

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Benefits law is constantly changing thus I cannot guarantee that this blog’s content is up-to-date, complete, or correct.

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California recognizes certified specialists in only a few areas of the law not including benefits or ERISA. Thus I claim no specialist status in any legal subject.

Note: My firm, Mullen & Henzell L.L.P., does include several certified specialists in estate planning and one certified specialist in both estate planning and tax law. Please go to http://www.mullenlaw.com and click through to the profiles for Lori Lewis, Debra Boswell, and Dennis Reilly.

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2 responses to “Disclaimer

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