At David I. Steinberg Law Group, LLC we take personal privacy very seriously. As a general rule, www.dsteinlaw.com, does not collect your personal information unless you choose to provide that information to us. When you choose to provide us with your personal information, you are giving www.dsteinlaw.com your permission to use that information for the stated purposes listed in this privacy policy. If you choose not to provide us with that information, it might limit the features and services that you can use on this website.

Generally, the information requested by www.dsteinlaw.com will be used to provide a website feature or service, such as contacting David I. Steinberg for information or support, or to provide future content better tailored to your interests. A description of www.dsteinlaw.com's intended use of that information, how that information is collected, security measures www.dsteinlaw.com takes to protect that information, and how to grant or revoke consent for the collection and use of that information will be fully described in the sections below.

Contact Information

One of the services on this website allows you to send us an email. We will use the information you provide, such as email address or phone number, only to respond to your inquiry. Keep in mind that email transmissions are not encrypted by default, so we suggest you do not send sensitive information such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, or bank account information via such contact forms. If such information is required, it will be via a web page that clearly states the page and its transmission of information is secure and encrypted.

Information for Tracking and Customization (Cookies)

www.dsteinlaw.com uses cookies to provide a customized user experience on the site. A cookie is a small file that a website transfers to your computer to allow your browser to remember information about your last session on that website. Your computer only shares information in the cookie with the specific website that provided it, and no other website can request that information.

Third Party Websites and Applications

www.dsteinlaw.com also uses third-party analytics services (like Google Analytics) to gather this information for analysis. www.dsteinlaw.com collects and temporarily stores certain information about your visit to help us to better align our content and the website design with your needs. The information these cookies collect includes:

  • The domain you access our website from
  • Your computer’s IP address
  • The date and time you accessed the site
  • The city from which you accessed the site
  • The operating system of your computer
  • The browser and type of device (desktop, mobile, or tablet) you’re using to access our site
  • The Universal Resource Locators (URLs) of the pages you visit on our website
  • The URL of the site you came from if you clicked a link there that brought you to our website

We may share this information internally with David I. Steinberg Law Group, LLC employees or third-party contractors as needed. This information is only used to improve the website and enhance our visitors’ experience. Raw data logs are only retained temporarily for site management purposes.


www.dsteinlaw.com takes the security of your personal information very seriously. We take many precautions to ensure that the information we collect is secure and inaccessible by anyone outside of our organization. These precautions include advanced access controls to limit the availability of that information to internal personnel who require it. We also use numerous security technologies to protect all data stored on our servers and related systems. Our security measures are regularly upgraded and tested to ensure they are effective. We take the following specific steps to protect your information:

  • Use internal access controls so only limited personnel have access to your information.
  • Anyone with access to user information is trained on all relevant security and compliance policies.
  • Servers that store visitor information are regularly backed up to protect against loss.
  • All information is secured through modern security technologies like secure socket layer (SSL), encryption, firewalls, and secure passwords.
  • All information is secured through modern security technologies like secure socket layer (SSL), encryption, firewalls, and secure passwords.

All access safeguards described above are in place to prevent unauthorized access by outsiders to information stored on or transmitted by our systems.

Choice, Access, Redress

You can do the following at any time by contacting us via the email address or phone numbers that are posted on our website:

  • Ask for a list of personal information we have about you, if any.
  • Request a change, correction, or deletion of your personal information.
  • Request that we avoid collecting anything in the future (opt-out).

If you do not wish to have cookies stored on your machine, you have the option to turn cookies off in your browser. However, keep in mind that turning off cookies may impact how this website functions. Disabling browser cookies will also impact how other websites you visit store browser cookies as well.

Whenever we collect any sensitive information (such as social security numbers or credit card information), the information is encrypted and securely transmitted. You are able to confirm this by looking for the ‘lock’ icon in the browser address bar, and also confirm that the URL link starts with ‘https,’ as opposed to ‘http.'

If you believe at any point that we are not following this privacy policy as stated, please contact us immediately via email at ds@dsteinlaw.com or by calling 301.589.4597.

Online Payments

Consultation, Agreement, Payment

Once you’ve had your bankruptcy consultation and signed your retainer agreement, you can make payments toward your Chapter 7, Chapter 11, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case by sending a check payable to David I. Steinberg Law Group, LLC to 8630 Fenton Street, Silver Spring, MD 20910.

If you would prefer to pay by credit card, simply click the “Make a Payment” button at the top of the page throughout this website, or right here: Make a Payment

Work will begin on your case as soon as the initial fee has been paid in full.

All funds are processed in the United States.


Should you change your mind about pursuing a bankruptcy, our refund policy is as follows:

  • The first $300 toward a bankruptcy is non-refundable.
  • Additional refund amounts are prorated according to work performed up to the time the refund is requested.
  • After the bankruptcy petition and plan are completed, refunds requested prior to filing a bankruptcy claim with the court will not exceed $200.
  • Once the bankruptcy claim has been filed with the court, no refunds will be given.