Keith Law, PLLC

(713) 364-2210

Terms of Use

Use of (the “Site”), including all materials presented herein and all services provided by Keith Law, PLLC and its attorney (hereafter collectively referred to as “this office,” “we,” or “our”), is subject to the following terms and conditions. By accessing or using the Site, you agree to the following terms and conditions and acknowledge reading them.

Materials on the Site contain general information only to permit you to learn more about this office and the services offered, in general. The information presented on the Site is not legal advice, is not to be acted on as such, and is subject to change without notice.

Modification of These Terms

We reserve the right to change the terms, conditions, and notices under which the Site is offered or provided. By using the Site or sending this office any personal information, you agree to this policy and will be deemed bound to this policy in effect as of the date of such use.

No Attorney-Client Relationship or Legal Advice

Neither receipt of information presented on the Site nor any email or other electronic communication sent to this office or its attorney through the Site will create an attorney-client relationship. No user of the Site should act, or refrain from acting, on the basis of information provided on the Site without first consulting legal counsel in the relevant jurisdiction.

Keith Law Media

The information presented in the videos and text blogs created by Keith Law, PLLC and/or Jason Keith (collectively, “Keith Law media content”) are for informational and entertainment purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal, accounting, or other professional advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. Access to and viewing of Keith Law media content does not create an attorney-client relationship between this office and the viewer. You must not rely on the information in Keith Law media content as an alternative to legal advice from your attorney or other professional services provider. If you have any specific questions about any legal matter you should consult your attorney or other professional legal services provider. You should never delay seeking legal advice, disregard legal advice, or commence or discontinue any legal action because of information in Keith Law media content or otherwise contained on the Site.

Licensing Status

This office and its attorney are licensed to practice law only in the state of Texas. This office does not seek to represent anyone based solely upon a visit to to the Site or upon advertising, or where to do so would not comply with applicable local laws and rules.

Virtual Law Office and Client Account/Personal Login Page

This office may provide its clients with the ability to create a Client Account and access certain attorney-client communications with this office and client documents through a secure client portal provided by one or more third-party providers such as Clio. Creation of a Client Account, without more, does not create an attorney-client relationship with you and this office.

Any information received by this office through the registration process is held in strict confidence. This office does not sell or otherwise disclose to third parties any personal information that you provide through the Site or the client portal except as may be required by law or in response to an investigation by law enforcement or other government authorities.

By establishing a Client Account, you acknowledge and agree that in connection with your request for a Client Account, and your use of your Client Account, that you have read and agree to these Terms of Use related to the Site, including use of your Client Account, you have read and understand the security processes that we maintain, and that there are always risks inherent with the transmission, storage, viewing and retrieval of data and files over the internet, including through the Site. You are solely and fully responsible for the security of your username and password and for any consequences that arise out of your failure to maintain the confidentiality of your username and password. You must notify this office of any unauthorized use of a breach in security of your Client Account. Your right to use your Client Account is personal to you, is for your personal and individual use, and you may not permit any others to use it. This office reserves the right to suspend, revoke or terminate your use of the Site and/or your Client Account at any time without notice to you.


This office may use session cookies to ensure that your computer displays the Site effectively. You have the ability to accept or decline cookies using your web browser settings. If you choose not to accept cookies from the Site, you may not be able to take full advantage of its features or to receive some of the services the Site provides.

Virtual Law Office Security

Transactions communicated through our virtual law office platform and through your Client Account are conducted over Secure HTTP (also known as “https”), which provides you with the highest industry standard protection available on the web. All online payments are processed by LawPay (its parent company is AffiniPay) credit card processors, the industry leader in credit card processing for the legal services industry, and no credit card or payment account numbers are stored on our servers.

Links and Email Addresses

Links posted on the Site to other websites are provided only as a convenience to you. This office assumes no responsibility or liability for the content, security, or reliability of any websites to which we have posted links.

Spamming, the unsolicited broadcasts of email addresses or links in this website, is prohibited and unauthorized.

No Warranty or Liability

The information presented on the Site is provided “as is” and “as available,” without representation or warranty of any kind. This office does not represent or warrant that such information is or will be always current, complete, or accurate. Any representation or warranty that might be otherwise implied is expressly disclaimed.

You agree that this office is not liable to you or others, in any way or for any damages of any kind, arising from the use of the Site including, but not limited to, liability or damaged caused by viruses contained within electronic files of this site or any linked site, regardless of prior notice to this office.


Unless otherwise indicated, all materials on the Site, including, without limitation, the logo, all designs, text, graphics, other files, and the selection and arrangement thereof, also termed the “”ook and feel,” are the proprietary and copyrighted property of this office. You may electronically copy and print to hard copy portions of the Site for the sole purpose of using materials it contains for informational and non-commercial, personal use only. Any other use of the materials on the Site – including any commercial use, reproduction for purposes other than described above, modification, distribution, republication, display or performance – without the prior written permission of this office is strictly prohibited.


The terms of this agreement will be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. The state and federal courts located in the City Houston and County of Harris, Texas will have exclusive jurisdiction over any case or controversy arising from or relating to this agreement, the Site, or any services provided by this office. Each person who accesses or uses the Site consents irrevocably to personal jurisdiction in such courts with the respect to any matters and waives any defense of forum non conveniens. Furthermore, each person accesses or uses the Site is deemed to have knowingly and voluntarily waived any right to a trial by jury in any case or controversy related to this agreement, the Site, or any services provided by this office.


The rights and obligations created for you under this agreement may not be assigned to any other party.


In the event that one or more of the provisions of this agreement shall be found unenforceable, illegal or invalid, it shall not affect any other provisions of this agreement, and this agreement shall be construed as if the provision found to be unenforceable, illegal or invalid had never been contained in the agreement, or the unenforceable, illegal or invalid provision shall be construed, amended and/or reformed to be made enforceable, legal and valid.

Complete Understanding

These Terms of Use supersede any prior communication, representations or agreements between you and this office related to the use of the Site and constitute the complete and final agreement related to the use of the Site.’