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Privacy Policy

The Velzen Law Office PLLC, (or “Law Firm”) has developed a Privacy Policy to preserve the trust and confidence of visitors to this website and clients of the firm.

The Law Firm does not consider a visitor to this site to be a client. Visitors utilize this website for many reasons, primarily to better understand the law firm.

Although we make every effort to preserve user privacy, we may need to disclose personal information when it is required by law. For example, in a divorce case with minor children we use initials whenever we can. We also use ages, whenever we can, rather than birth dates. There are some forms which require actual names and birth dates. Those are primarily, if not exclusively, forms related to the Friend of the Court. That information is kept confidential by the Court

Please be advised that the attorney-client relationship may not protect your communications until you and the law firm have expressly agreed upon legal representation, almost always in the form of a signed Retainer Agreement.

A visitor to our website who has questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy should contact any member of the firm’s legal team.

Security & Information Utilization

This website takes every reasonable precaution to protect our users’ information. All of our users’ information is restricted to our offices, attorneys outside our firm with whom we consult (which is rare but it sometimes does occur), and vendors utilized by law firm for legal, marketing or research purposes.

Notification Of Changes

If we decide to change this Privacy Policy, we will post the changes on this website.


The material in this website has been prepared by Velzen Law Office PLLC (The “Law Firm”), for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances.

You should not act upon any information provided in this website, and should seek the advice of legal counsel.

The Law Firm only practices law within the State of Michigan. This website is directed solely to those persons seeking information regarding matters based on Michigan law.

An attorney-client relationship with Velzen Law Office PLLC can only be established after consultation with our attorney and after it is clear that we have agreement to establish an attorney-client relationship. Usually the attorney-client relationship is established by a signed Retainer Agreement. This website is an offer to provide you with a better understanding of our law firm, it does not establish an attorney/client representation.

Please be advised that the attorney-client relationship may not protect your communications, until you and the law firm with which you wish to communicate have expressly agreed upon legal representation. There are some laws in Michigan and the Rules of Professional Conduct may require disclosure of some of the information the firm has received from a client.

The information provided by this website is subject to change without notice. Although we try to keep this website current and accurate, the information provided by this website may or may not reflect the most current legal developments.

The Velzen Law Office PLLC  makes every effort to respond to voice mails and emails within 24 business hours of receiving e-mail or voicemail. However, due to court appearances, various legal proceedings, and other absences from the office, we cannot guarantee that we will always be able to timely respond to your inquiries. Please know that sometimes phone calls are returned in such a manner as your phone may not recognize the caller, as in “No Caller ID.”

If you have a time-sensitive inquiry, please call us at 616-588-5455.

Randall L Velzen is the founder, and sole owner, of the Velzen Law Office PLLC.

We partner with Thomson Reuters, who might also collect data as part of our marketing efforts. To learn more about the Thomson Reuters privacy policy and the data that might be collected, please visit: Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement.