My Privacy Policy

David Stonehill, Attorney-at-Law
David Stonehill,

My law firm and I value your privacy, especially when dealing with your confidential tax matters.

My Privacy Policy is designed to assist you in understanding how I collect, use and safeguard the information relating to this website and to assist you in making informed decisions when using this website.

Client Information: If you are currently one of my clients, my law firm and I will comply with all applicable laws and ethical rules regarding privacy and confidentiality.  Clients, click here for my current "Privacy policy disclosure notice" (Revised January 1, 2014).

Web Site Use Information: Similar to other websites, this website may collect information about how this website is accessed or used. Information gathered through web server logs may include at least the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at this website, and the websites visited just before and after this website.

When legally compelled to do so, I may disclose information. This may occur if I believe that the law requires the disclosure or for the protection of the legal rights of me and my law firm.

This website may contain links to other websites. Neither my law firm nor I are responsible for privacy policies associated with those other websites. I encourage you to learn about the privacy policies of other websites, their owners and operators.

I do not sell any information about my clients or visitors to anyone, ever.

I reserve the right to change or update this privacy policy at any time by posting a new privacy policy at this location.

Revised: January 1, 2014

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David N. Stonehill, Attorney-at-law

I publish and maintain this website for general information only, and not as tax or legal advice.

You never, never should act upon this information without first seeking professional counsel, as appropriate advice for you would depend upon the particular facts, circumstances and goals of your situation. Caveat lector.

This information is not intended to create, and your receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship with me. I cannot, will not and do not represent you until my client intake process is completed.

I absolutely reserve the right to accept or decline representing any person or organization in any matter at any time.

Please do NOT send to me any confidential information about any matter until you receive a written statement from me advising you that I represent you (the "Engagement Letter"). Refer to the Terms and Conditions under the Contact heading, above.

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1099advisor on the Radio

These are David's most recent appearances on Lewis Gatch's "Everybody's Planning Hour" radio show. Dave talks about what creates cancellation of debt income, why it's taxed, and how to avoid paying too much tax on it.