Client Email Authorization

You will receive electronic communications about your case in lieu of paper copies via postal mail service. You may withdraw consent at any time in writing, or by calling us at (850) 469-8118. At our option, we may treat your provision of an invalid e-mail address, or the subsequent malfunction of a previously valid e-mail address as a withdrawal of your consent to receive electronic communications. Upon termination you will no longer receive electronic correspondence from our office and will receive all subsequent communications in paper form via postal mail service. Electronic delivery is not available for all documents related to your case. Original documents, Certified Court records, certain Court orders, etc., must be delivered to you by postal mail service.

By signing this Consent and Authorization, you acknowledge your complete understanding and consent to the terms and conditions outlined in the below document.

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