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Welcome to (the “Website”). This Website is operated by The Law Offices of Brenden P. Kelley, DBA Brenden Kelley Law, an Ohio limited liability company (sometimes referred to as “we,” “us,” “our”).

By using the Website, you are agreeing to these Terms of Use (the “Terms”) and the other polices described in these Terms including our Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”). All references to “you” (and similar words such as “your”) mean the individual using the Services, and if you are using the Services on behalf of a business entity, it means both you and that business.

If you do not agree to these Terms, then do not use the Website.

Use of the Website

Provision: We will use reasonable efforts to ensure the Website is up and running but we will not be liable for any time during which the Website may be down. We may modify, change, or remove, parts or all of the Website at any time.

Prohibited Uses: You may not do anything through the Website that is illegal or that diminishes our purposes or that will harm the Website including using bots, scrapers, harvesters, or other automated systems. You may not use the Website if you are under 13, if we have restricted or terminated your use of the Website, or if your use of the Website will violate another contract.

Website Content: The content on this Website is general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. Nothing on this Website should be relied upon or used to make legal decisions without first consulting an attorney to consider your unique circumstances and applicable laws.

Use of AI and Recording Technologies: During consultations, we may employ artificial intelligence tools and audio/video recording methods to better understand your legal inquiries and enhance the quality of our services. All recordings are treated with utmost confidentiality and are deleted within 14 days unless otherwise necessary for legal or case-specific reasons.

No Attorney-Client Relationship: Your use of this Website does not establish an attorney-client relationship. If you contact Brenden Kelley Law or its attorneys using this Website, or any means recommended on this Website, such contact does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

No Guarantee of Representation: Engaging in a consultation with Brenden Kelley Law, through this Website or any other means, does not guarantee that we will take on your case. Furthermore, such a consultation does not establish an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship with our firm will only be formed through a specific, written agreement detailing such a relationship.

Third-Party Sites: If you click on any links that take you away from our Website, then you use those other sites and services at your own risk.

Content and Intellectual Property

The Website, including without limitation all design, software, code, and other content on the Website, are either owned by us, licensed to us, or likely owned by another individual or business and may be protected by copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, or other intellectual property laws. Your use of the Website does not grant any rights to you other than the right to use the Website for their intended purpose as outlined in these Terms.

Power to Amend These Terms of Use

We may amend these Terms at any time by posting the amended terms on our website. Your continued use of this Website after we post the amended terms constitutes your consent to the amendment(s).

Notice Regarding Office Locations and Meeting Arrangements

Brenden Kelley Law utilizes virtual office spaces and does not regularly work from physical offices at these virtual locations. The majority of the firm’s work is conducted from its physical office in Cleveland, Ohio. The firm’s physical office is located at: 815 Superior Ave, Suite 815, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. If a client wishes to meet, Brenden Kelley Law can arrange meetings through available technology or in person upon request. In-person meetings are available by appointment only. The virtual offices provide access to fully equipped office spaces and conference rooms, ensuring that we can accommodate a client’s needs efficiently and professionally. The virtual office locations are in Columbus, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


If you have any questions or need to contact us, please do so using the information on our contact page.


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