Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the website of Weintraub Law Office, PLLC (“WLO”).  This privacy policy describes how information about visitors to this website is collected and used.

By your use of this website, you consent to the following terms:

Information Gathered by this Website

You may visit this website anonymously.  Like most websites, WLO uses a website program that collects information about visitors to this site such as your web browser type, duration of visit, and other usage statistics.  However, it does not identify you.  It also obtains your IP address but this data generally does not disclose your identity.

WLO collects personally identifiable information only if you provide it voluntarily as part of a request for an appointment or for additional information.   Such information is not shared with third parties except under the following narrow circumstances: (1) you have given your express consent; (2) the website provides a services that requires personally identifiably information be shared with a service provider but only if that service provider has agreed not to disclose it to third parties; (3) if we reasonably believe it is required to by law, regulation, or other government authority;  (4) to protect WLO’s business interests, right, or property, and (5) to protect personal or public safety in emergency circumstances.

This website may make use of temporary cookies to track visitor behavior to the website. Most web browsers can reject cookies.  You are encouraged to makes use of web browser technology that does so if you are concerned with their use. However, please be advised that doing so may effect this website’s functionality.


This website contains links to third parties’ websites.  If you visit a third party’s website, that websites’ privacy policy, not that of WLO, will govern.

Attorney/Client Relationship

Confidential information should not be disclosed to WLO, through the website or otherwise, before becoming a client and establishing an attorney/client relationship.  Confidential information is information you do not want a third party to know and is not public knowledge.  An attorney/client relationship is only formed when WLO agrees by use of a legal services agreement.

Policy Changes

WLO reserves the right to change this privacy policy and any such changes can be made without notice.