Since our site permits individuals to communicate with us via e-mail, we have developed this Privacy Policy Statement to inform visitors to our site of our policies and practices regarding such information. The user information requested on this site is only used to enable us to track the distribution of the documents that we publish. Your personally identifiable information, including your address and email address, is used solely as a means of identification.

Information We Collect:
We do not share information identifying a specific individual or e-mail with third parties except with prior consent or when necessary to protect our rights or property. We reserve all rights relating to the distribution of information collected where required by law. Information collected from persons who enter into an attorney-client relationship with us is covered by our law firm general privacy policy.

Information We May Disclose and to Whom:
It is our policy not to disclose nonpublic personal information that we collect as described above on our clients and former clients to anyone, except as authorized by you or as required by law. In providing legal services to our clients, however, it may be necessary to disclose nonpublic personal information to non-affiliated persons that perform services or functions on our behalf, such as our central services vendor, your accountant, appraiser, actuary, insurance agent and expert witnesses. We may also be obligated to disclose any or all of the nonpublic personal information described above, as permitted by law. For example, we may be obligated under the law to disclose information in response to lawful requests from law enforcement agencies.

Protecting the Confidentiality and Security of Nonpublic Personal: 
We restrict access to nonpublic personal information about you to those Arnzen, Molloy & Storm, P.S.C. employees and vendors or others, who are subject to our policies and attorney-client privilege, whom we determine have a legitimate law firm need to access such information. We maintain security procedures that are designed to protect our client data. We also educate our employees about the importance and meaning of, and necessity for, data security and confidentiality. In all events, the Kentucky Rules of Professional Conduct, as approved by the Kentucky Supreme Court, strictly apply to the protection of our clients' confidences.