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For PERMISSION to reprint, reproduce, duplicate, or display ANY Content found on this website, regardless of the amount, please do the following:

Content on this website, which belongs to Francine D. Ward or the Law Office of Francine D. Ward, including, but not limited to legal material, self help material, and/or personal development publications is protected by the US Copyright Law and International Treaties.  Such material may be reprinted and/or reproduced with written consent only.  In some cases, a fee may be charged.  To protect the integrity of our Content, we require that the Content be reprinted or reproduced in an unedited form and attributed in the “exact” manner we prescribe.

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Our reply time is approximately 10 business days, after we have received all of the required information.

The Permissions & Licensing Department makes every effort to respond in a timely manner and tries to accommodate special circumstances, however please plan ahead and request permission with ample lead time, as we cannot guarantee an immediate response.

You may also print out the form and mail or fax it to (please note additional time will be required for processing):

Manager, Permissions & Licensing
Law Office of Francine D. Ward
74998 Country Club Drive
Ste. 220-402
Palm Desert, CA 92260
PHONE: (760) 636-0066
e-mail: permissions@fwardattorney.com

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