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In general, you are not required to provide any personal information in order to consult our Web site. However, you may elect to contact us by completing the form provided on the "Contact Us" page of this site, in which case we ask you to provide your name, telephone number and email address. We will use your information only to contact you and provide you with the information that you have requested. We may also use your information to contact you to ask whether you would like to receive information from Goldstein Jones about events and services provided by the firm that may be of interest to you, but we will not add you to any of our mailing lists without your explicit consent.
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