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10.0David Francis Hanley

The following is the legal and privacy policy of David F. Hanley, P.A.:

No attorney-client relationship. David F. Hanley, P.A. maintains the materials on this website exclusively for informational purposes only. The materials on this website are not intended to be, nor should they be interpreted as, legal advice or opinion.  The reader should not consider this information to be an invitation to an attorney-client relationship, should not rely on information presented here for any purpose, and should always seek the legal advice of counsel in the appropriate jurisdiction. The materials on this website do not necessarily represent the opinion of David F. Hanley, P.A. or its clients. Viewing this site, using information from it, or communicating with David F. Hanley, P.A. via email is not intended to solicit or create, and does not create, an attorney-client relationship between you and David F. Hanley, P.A.

Nonreliance. Online readers should not act, or decline to act, based on content from this website, without first consulting an attorney or other appropriate professional. Because the law changes constantly, this website's content may not indicate the current state of the law. Nothing on this website predicts or guarantees future results. David F. Hanley, P.A. is not liable for the use or interpretation of information contained on this website, and expressly disclaims all liability for any actions you take, or do not take, based on this website's content.

Links. This website occasionally contains links to other web pages, which are provided as a convenience to our readers. The inclusion of such links does not constitute referrals or endorsements of the linked entities. David F. Hanley, P.A. does not endorse and is not responsible for any third-party content that may be accessed from its website and does not recommend or endorse the use of any third-party’s services. The links are to be accessed at the user’s own risk, and David F. Hanley, P.A. makes no representations or warranties about the content of these links.

Transmission of Information. You may email us through this website, but information you send to David F. Hanley, P.A. via email or this website is not secure and may not be confidential. Communications to us will not be treated as privileged unless we already represent you. Do not send us confidential information until you have established a formal attorney-client relationship with David F. Hanley, P.A. Even if we represent you, understand that email security is still uncertain and that you accept all risks of such uncertainty and potential lack of confidentiality when you send us unencrypted, sensitive, or confidential email. Email from David F. Hanley, P.A. never constitutes an electronic signature, unless it expressly says so.

Jurisdiction. Legal problems and solutions depend on their unique facts. Laws and regulations often differ from one jurisdiction to another. Materials on this website may be inappropriate in jurisdictions other than Florida.  Although this website may be viewed from any of the 50 United States of America and territories, as well as any country, David F. Hanley primarily practices in the State of Florida. Users who access this website from other locations do so at their own risk and are responsible for complying with local laws and regulations. This website (not including linked sites) is controlled by David F. Hanley, P.A. The laws of Florida apply to everything concerning use of this website, without regard to Florida's conflict of laws principles. You agree to submit to the exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of the appropriate Florida court to resolve any dispute concerning your use of this website.

If the bar rules in your jurisdiction require us to identify an attorney and office responsible for this website, the firm designates David F. Hanley as the responsible attorney and office.

Legal Warranty.  The content of this website contains general information and may not reflect current legal developments. Such content is designed only to give general information on the developments actually covered. It is not intended to be a comprehensive summary of recent developments in the law, treat exhaustively the subjects covered, provide legal advice or render a legal opinion. Since the law is constantly changing and since the law will vary based on different facts and circumstances, statements on this website regarding the status of a given law or legal issue may not be current or applicable to your particular situation. You should not take any action based on the information in this Web site.

Liability.  David F. Hanley, P.A. assumes no responsibility for computer viruses resulting from use of its website. Under no circumstances, including, but not limited to, negligence, shall David F. Hanley, P.A. be liable for any special or consequential damages that result from the use of, or the inability to use, the materials in this website, even if David F. Hanley, P.A. has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

Indemnification.  You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless David F. Hanley, P.A. and its officers, shareholders, employees, agents and assigns from and against any and all loss, costs, expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses), claims, damages and liabilities related to or associated with your use of the website and any violation of the legal and privacy policy of David F. Hanley, P.A. by you.

Changes.  David F. Hanley, P.A. may change these policies at any time without written notice to users. The changes will become effective upon posting of the changes to the website.


Mr. Hanley’s practice covers all cities in Broward County, including Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Plantation, Cooper City, Sunrise, Miramar, Weston, Pembroke Pines, and Hollywood. Mr. Hanley also regularly represents clients in Palm Beach County and Miami-Dade County, and handles probate matters throughout the State of Florida.

Representation and Fees

Representation commences once a written engagement letter is executed. Fee structures vary by the matter being handled. Depending on the type of matter, fees may be a reasonable hourly rate depending upon the anticipated demands and timeline of the case, flat fee all-inclusive arrangements or hybrid arrangements. Mr. Hanley’s goal is to tailor fees to fairly capture the level of service and work provided and the value conferred to his client. Fees vary because they always depend on the seriousness of the matter at stake, the timing and expediency of the matter, the anticipated volume and complexity of work, the desired results and other client expectations.


The information on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should contact an attorney for advice on your individual situation. Contacting David Hanley does not create an attorney-client relationship. Read the legal and privacy policy of David F. Hanley, P.A. here.