The relationship between attorney and client is founded on trust and confidence. The matters that are brought to Attorney Cooper are often highly sensitive. In order to properly represent clients, it is very important that they feel free to fully discuss all aspects of their matter with Attorney Cooper.
Accordingly, all discussions with Attorney Cooper are held in strictest confidence. Knowing this should help clients feel comfortable in providing full disclosure of information.
It is an attorney’s duty to preserve client confidences. The rules of professional conduct for attorneys provide that a lawyer shall not reveal information relating to representation of a client unless the client consents after consultation. This rule applies to law office employees, assistants and specialists retained by or associated with a lawyer.
Attorney Cooper’s office respects the sensitive and confidential nature of the attorney-client privilege and specific procedures have been instituted to safeguard the client confidentiality. This is a commitment that she makes to her clients.