Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy

The Law Offices of Ekundayo George, P.C. (hereinafter "we", "us", "our", and "ours") is committed to respecting the privacy and security of its clients and all visitors to this World Wide Web Site (hereinafter "website") at http://www.ogalaws.com. We have created this Privacy Statement to demonstrate our commitment thereto, and to disclose our information gathering and dissemination practices. This website may contain links to other websites and we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.

This website provides all visitors with the opportunity to opt-out of receiving e-mail alerts and newsletters from us at any time, or to update e-mail subscription information. Instructions for doing so may be found in any such email alert or newsletter that may be sent from this website. Your use of this website indicates your assent to the terms of this Privacy Statement as it appears here. We may change or update this Privacy Statement from time to time by posting any revisions on this website. In such event, your continued use of this website shall be governed by the Privacy Statement terms as so amended.

Should there be a merger, sale, transfer, dissolution or liquidation of all or part of our assets, equity, trade, or business, all Personal Information collected about you through this website may be transferred, assigned, or sold to such party acquiring all or substantially all of our assets, equity, trade, or business. Subject to your election to opt out as described above, by using this website, you consent to such transfer, assignment, or sale of your information as described in this paragraph.

Our clients may visit this website, but not all visitors may be treated or considered as clients of ours. Our request for or collection of Personal Information, or your submission of Personal Information whether through this website or otherwise, does not in and of itself result in the formation of an attorney-client relationship. We ask and urge that all visitors and clients read this Privacy Statement in its entirety.
If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement or technical concerns, or if you have any questions or concerns about our website practices or your dealings with this website, please direct them to
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ALL VISITORS: We may collect Personal Information from visitors to this website in three ways: directly from the visitor, through Internet Protocl (I.P.) Server Logs, and through Internet Cookies (hereinafter "cookies").

Visitor-Supplied Information
We may ask for the name, e-mail address, phone number, organization, or other personal information of visitors who sign-up for occasional e-mail alerts or newsletters from this website, or who fill a feedback or survey form on this website. We may also ask you to choose or designate a password to manage your access privileges to this website, or ask you for your mailing address, should you request any information or publication by mail. It is the responsibility of visitors to this site to maintain the secrecy of their passwords and prevent the disclosure of passwords to any third party or parties. In the event that you become aware that your password has been obtained in an unauthorized way or by an unauthorized person, entity, or individual please inform us immediately by sending an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

I.P. Server Logs
Many websites log the I.P. addresses of their visitors for statistical and maintenance purposes. We may log the I.P. addresses of visitors to this website and use them to better handle system administration and troubleshooting functions, and to determine broad statistics and data trends.

Many websites use cookies to better tailor the information, content, and services that they provide to visitors. Cookies are packets of information that a website sends to a visitor's Internet browser for storage on, and retrieval from, that visitor's hard drive. You can set-up your Internet browser to notify you when a cookie is being sent, and you can manually refuse to accept, or re-set it to automatically refuse to accept cookies. Many websites and sections of websites might not work properly for visitors who refuse to accept cookies. We may use cookies to keep track of basic statistical information on site usage, help improve our website, and to recognize you and your access privileges to this website.

Use and Disclosure
We will use visitor-supplied information to respond to your questions and comments, for maintenance and troubleshooting, to improve our services and content, and to contact you. We will not willfully disclose your Personal Information so collected to any third party. We may, however, disclose or report aggregate information, and or generalized individual information that does not include any individually identifiable Personal Information.

CLIENTS: We may collect Personal Information from clients that may include name, e-mail address, birthdate, gender, address, phone number, or data related to financial position or condition, or to an estate and its disposition, that is not otherwise publicly available. Professional standards of confidentiality mandate that we maintain client confidentiality and protect this information and client privacy, and we will continue to do so.

We have put in place certain physical, procedural, managerial, and electronic safeguards in compliance with applicable professional standards in order to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of Personal Information that we have collected, or that we may collect from clients.

We do not disclose the Personal Information of our current and former clients to anyone other than our employees or partners, except as required by law, in good faith in the regular course of our representation of our clients, or otherwise with client consent. It is possible that we could be compelled to disclose such information in response to a subpoena request from an agency, court, or other body with subpoena powers under State, Federal, or International Law. In such a case, we would timely advise any effected client of our receipt of such legal process and may otherwise act in any lawful manner to protect client interests, such as by the assertion of any appropriate claims of attorney-client, attorney work-product, or other applicable privileges. We would, however, comply with such requests to the extent that we were required to do so.