Contact Me

Contact Information:

Phone: 573-259-3991

Fax: 573-303-0200

Address:

My office is located in my home and is not open to the public.  I usually use the private meeting rooms at the Boone County Courthouse to meet with clients.  Other arrangements can be made where appropriate.

E-mail (use contact form below):

E-mail is not a secure form of communication.  Messages may be intercepted by third parties, and copies not authorized or desired by the sender or recipient may be created and stored on outside servers.  Please limit your use of this medium accordingly.  In addition, please be aware that if and when you e-mail Daniel Culp, he will not have had a prior opportunity to screen for any potential conflict of interest.  If a conflict exists with an existing client, prematurely disclosed information could be used against you.  For all of the above reasons, PLEASE do not provide information intended as confidential or any substantial details of your case when e-mailing or leaving a voice mail.  Please be aware that the contact form above will generate an e-mail to Daniel Culp on your behalf, subject to the same concerns above.  Please only use the contact form or phone number above for the purpose of scheduling a live in-person or live telephone consultation.

 The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.  This website is designed for general information only.  The information presented on this site should not be construed as legal advice.  No attorney-client relationship will be formed without an agreement in writing to that effect.

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