Attorney Client Privilege Web Communications

Submitting an email message through this website does not create an attorney-client relationship.  If you are not already represented by Attorney Harris, a conflict check will need to be performed before your case can be accepted. Therefore, any information that you send on a matter for which Attorney Harris does not already represent you may not be treated as privileged or confidential. Prospective clients seeking representation should limit their inquiries to their name, the names of the other parties involved in the matter and the nature of the matter in which representation is sought; i.e. criminal, custody, or child support. If you are communicating with Attorney Harris regarding a matter for which she already represents you, please remember that email is not a secure form of communication, therefore, you may wish to take steps to encrypt sensitive or confidential materials before sending them via the internet.