Does Your Real Estate Lawyer Take Security Seriously? | Ckezepis Law, PLLC

Does Your Real Estate Lawyer Take Security Seriously?

Most people are aware that discussions you have with your attorney are to be kept in strict confidence. Attorney-client privilege ensures confidential communications. It could completely undermine your willingness to openly share information with your attorney if this did not exist. What you may not know is that security must be taken seriously by your legal counsel so that there isn’t a breach of your sensitive information. This is true of any legal transaction, including those you conduct with the help of a real estate lawyer.

Does Your Real Estate Lawyer Take Security Seriously?

When you trust us at Ckezepis Law, PLLC, to act as your real estate lawyer, you can be confident that we will keep your information safe and secure. We always take security very seriously. We have continually looked for opportunities to improve our security measures so that we can better serve you and give you peace of mind. Last year our real estate law firm completed a security assessment with JSCM Group and received certification that we are minimizing the risk of data breaches and keeping our clients’ information safe. They performed an in-depth, methodical testing process that reviewed our network thoroughly.

As a result of this process and the other security measures that we have in place, you can be confident that the residential and commercial real estate transactions that our real estate lawyers assist you with will go smoothly and all confidential information will remain safe and secure. Reach out to us if you would like to know more about our security measures or to discuss your real estate legal needs.