Please read this before sending me an e-mail. It may save both of us a lot of time. If you need my snail-mail address, you’ll find it on the Contact Lee page.
There are several categories of e-mail messages that I welcome:
- You’re a client or former client, and you need to get in touch with me about your case. If you’re a client and want to call me instead of using e-mail, click here.
- You’ve found an error or dead link on the site and you want to tell me about it.
- You want to tell me thank you for the hard work that I do to keep this site as useful as possible.
- You’re ready to make an appointment to use my services and need to contact me to set up a time.
That having been said, you should know that I get hundreds of e-mail messages a day, and I’m simply not able to answer all of them. Specifically, many of the e-mail messages I get fall into one of these categories:
You need a lawyer but you can’t or won’t pay for one, so you e-mail me hoping I’ll give you free legal advice. I cannot and will not do that. Let me suggest instead that you find a post that touches on the subject you want to ask about, and ask your question in a comment (being careful not to disclose personal information). I’m pretty conscientious about responding to comments, and I’m glad to answer questions in them if I can do so without giving legal advice, because that makes them available to everyone.
You’ve found some information on my site about a subject that interests you and you hope that I have other information that doesn’t appear on the site. Everything I know about the subjects on this site is already on the site. I don’t have any “extra information” that I save for people who ask me for it.
If your message is in one of these latter categories, you’re unlikely to get a response.