Client Questionnaire - Divorce
Please fill out this questionnaire and submit it as soon as possible. It is important that you answer each question fully. It is imperative that you are fully transparent and candid!

You should answer all questions relevant to your case. If a question does not apply to your particular situation, please indicate by marking the question "N/A." If the answer to any question requires more space than has been provided on the form, please answer in the Comments section at the end of the survey.

Your responses to these questions will help to organize your case and will save you money on attorney's fees in trying to gather and assemble information after the case is in progress. Since your answers are being made to an attorney, you are assured of confidentiality and are protected by the attorney-client privilege.

NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE, AS PROVIDED IN THE TEXAS RULES OF EVIDENCE. HOWEVER, IF A PROFESSIONAL, INCLUDING AN ATTORNEY OR AN EMPLOYEE OF AN ATTORNEY, HAS CAUSE TO BELIEVE THAT A CHILD HAS BEEN ABUSED OR NEGLECTED OR MAY BE ABUSED OR NEGLECTED OR THAT A CHILD IS A VICTIM OF AN OFFENSE UNDER SECTION 21.11 OF THE TEXAS PENAL CODE, AND THE PROFESSIONAL HAS CAUSE TO BELIEVE THAT THE CHILD HAS BEEN ABUSED AS DEFINED BY SECTION 261.001 OR 261.401 OF THE TEXAS FAMILY CODE, OR IF THE PROFESSIONAL HAS CAUSE TO BELIEVE THAT AN ADULT WAS A VICTIM OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT AS A CHILD AND THE PROFESSIONAL DETERMINES IN GOOD FAITH THAT DISCLOSURE OF THE INFORMATION IS NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ANOTHER CHILD OR AN ELDERLY PERSON OR PERSON WITH A DISABILITY AS DEFINED BY SECTION 48.002 OF THE TEXAS HUMAN RESOURCES CODE, THE PROFESSIONAL SHALL MAKE A REPORT NOT LATER THAN THE FORTY-EIGHTH HOUR AFTER THE HOUR THE PROFESSIONAL FIRST SUSPECTS THAT THE CHILD HAS BEEN OR MAY BE ABUSED OR NEGLECTED OR IS A VICTIM OF AN OFFENSE UNDER SECTION 21.11 OF THE TEXAS PENAL CODE OR THAT THE ADULT WAS A VICTIM OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT AS A CHILD AND THAT THE DISCLOSURE IS NECESSARY. THE REPORT SHALL BE MADE TO THE APPROPRIATE AGENCY.

THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT CONSTITUTE ATTORNEY WORK PRODUCT, ARE CONFIDENTIAL AND ARE NOT TO BE DISCLOSED TO THIRD PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE TO WHOM DISCLOSURE IS MADE IN FURTHERANCE OF THE RENDITION OF PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES.

Privacy Policy Regarding Social Security Numbers
Social Security numbers will be divulged only when necessary during the course and within the scope of our employment. The firm collects them from various sources, including income tax returns as well as the client. They are used to identify parties for a number of purposes, including determination of wages, preparation of orders to withhold wages for child support and reports filed with the state of Texas, and obtaining information about retirement benefits. Only employees of the firm who have a need to know will have access to this personal information. Every step is taken to protect the client's privacy. This information is kept secure using industry best practices. Client information will be purged when no longer needed.
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