These Terms of Use and Privacy Policy ("Terms") constitute a legal and binding agreement between you and The Cabrera Firm APC ("The Cabrera Firm") that governs your access to the The Cabrera Firm website at (the "Site"). By accessing any portion of the Site, you confirm that you have read and understood, and that you agree to be bound by, these Terms. If you do not agree to these Terms, you are not permitted to access the Site.


No Legal Advice. The Site is made available for general informational purposes only, and is not intended to constitute specific legal advice or to be a substitute for advice from qualified counsel. You should not act or refrain from acting based on any information on the Site without first obtaining advice from professional counsel qualified in the applicable subject matter and jurisdictions.

No Attorney-Client Relationship. The Cabrera Firm has a policy of entering into attorney-client relationships with its clients only in accordance with certain procedures which include executing an engagement letter and addressing professional responsibility conflicts as required by the California State Bar Association. Your access of the Site or your transmission of e-mail to addresses on the Site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and The Cabrera Firm.

No Advertising or Solicitation. The Site is not intended to be an advertisement or solicitation, but may be deemed an ADVERTISEMENT in certain jurisdictions.

Sensitive Communications. You agree that e-mail you send to The Cabrera Firm will not be treated as confidential or invoke an attorney-client privilege; provided, however, that if you are an existing client of The Cabrera Firm, any e-mail you send to The Cabrera Firm pertaining to a matter in which The Cabrera Firm represents you may be entitled to be treated as confidential or privileged. Notwithstanding the foregoing, you acknowledge that e-mail and the Internet are generally insecure media of communication, and The Cabrera Firm cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any e-mail sent to or received by it or any information submitted by you through the Site.

Authorized Jurisdictions; Certifications. The attorney(s) at The Cabrera Firm are only licensed to practice only in the State of California. They are not certified as specialists by any professional or government authority.