Notice Concerning Emails:
Email correspondence can NOT establish an attorney-client relationship.
By usual practice, an attorney-client relationship is established by (1) an in person meeting with John Fason, and (2) a signed written agreement to provide legal services.

DO NOT SEND ANY CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION BY EMAIL, or by attachment. All information sent by email will be considered non-confidential and non-privileged, and you will be considered to have waived all confidentiality, privilege, or other protection which may apply to communications between a potential client and attorney.