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General Consultation Terms:

The purpose of this Notice is to outline the relationship between you and Haque Law, PLLC, DBA Erdős Intellectual Property Law (the "Firm") during, and at the conclusion of, the general consultation. Although the discussion of the meeting will be kept confidential in accordance with North Carolina's rules of professional conduct for attorneys, the general consultation does not create an Attorney-Client relationship between you or any members of the Firm.  An Attorney-Client relationship is formed if and only if you and the Firm sign a separate document titled “Engagement Agreement.”  

You agree that you have no engagement with the Firm as its client unless there is a mutually signed document titled "Engagement Agreement."  The purpose of general consultation appointment is to have an opportunity to speak with us regarding an issue that may or may not be a legal matter.

A fee of $150 becomes due immediately upon scheduling this consultation.  It is non-refundable.  The consultation is limited to 45 minutes.  Upon scheduling this appointment, a link for payment will appear which will enable you to pay.  Our office accepts Visa and Mastercard for your convenience.  Should a mutually signed engagement agreement for legal services with the Firm arise within a week from this general consultation, the $150 fee will be applied as a credit to your account for legal services.

If the Firm does not agree to represent you, this includes not representing you with regard to the matter set forth by this general consultation form or any other matters you discuss with the Firm during your consultation.  If your legal issue(s) involve a potential lawsuit or other time-sensitive matter, it is important that you file the lawsuit within a period of time called the Statute of Limitations or manage other matters by any applicable bar date.  Therefore, the Firm strongly urges you to immediately consult with another attorney to protect your rights.  The Firm’s decision not to represent you should not be taken by you as an expression regarding the merits of your issue.

Note that as an alternative to meeting with us, you may be able to receive pro bono legal advisement and services from the Wake Forest Community Law and Business Clinic or the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center.  You may also check out NC Business Link for advice regarding licenses your business needs or the United States Patent and Trademark Office's website for guidance.  We suggest exploring these resources before you schedule an appointment with the Firm.