No Attorney Client Relationship Without Signed Agreement

The information on this website is not intended to constitute an offer to represent. Thus, anyone reviewing this website should not act, or refrain from acting, based upon any information contained on this website.

Viewing this website does not form an attorney/client relationship between you and the attorneys of VEDA T. MANIQUIS – ATTORNEY AT LAW. No attorney/client relationship occurs unless and until you sign an agreement confirming the nature and scope of representation.

Not Legal Advice

The information provided on our website is for general purpose only and intended to be a resource for present and prospective clients. It is limited to being informational only and is not intended to be legal advice. Also, it should not be interpreted to indicate a certain result will occur in your specific legal situation. Please do not act or refrain from acting based on anything you read on this site.

Electronic Mail

The act of sending electronic mail to our firm or a specific attorney is not privileged and does not alone create an attorney-client relationship.


No website is entirely secure, so please be cautious information provided through the contact form or email. Do not assume confidentiality exists in anything you send through this website or email, until an attorney/client relationship is formed through completion of a fee agreement.


Attorney websites, such as this one, are considered attorney advertising.

State of Illinois Ethical Rules

This page is meant to comply with all Rules of Professional Conduct. The attorneys in our office are licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and in such other jurisdictions as may be noted for each attorney. It is not the intention of any attorney in this firm or the firm itself to practice law in any jurisdiction where a member of the firm is not licensed.

In Illinois, under Rule 7.4, an attorney may state on their website whether they do or do not practice in particular fields of law. However, they may not use the terms, “certified,” “expert,” “specialist,” or any other similar term to describe the attorney’s qualifications as a lawyer.

The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the certificate, award or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.