In both cases, we may ask you to fill a registration form or share contact details whenever you work with use. Typically, we ask clients to share their name, phone number, email address, and phone number. By providing this information, you consent to our data usage and sharing methods.
We collect personal details to provide customised services upon request. We use the contact details to communicate with current and prospective clients to discuss our legal services. If we have permission to continue correspondence, we might use the information for marketing relevant services.
Apart from this, we may use collective details and statistics to track website usage. The date allows us to improve website performances and online experiences. We might share the aggregated information to third-parties. Yet, these statistics are anonymous and do not have any identifying markers (i.e. name or contact information).
All clients and website visitors have the chance to become part of our subscription list. We plan to share the latest information and changes in different matters of law. We also notify you about new website features or services you’d be interested in.
If you do not want to receive any promotional content, you can unsubscribe from our loyalty list. Send us an email or talk to our contact support team.
Our website and servers are protected with security software and protocols. We use firewalls, encrypted data, browser certification technology, user passwords, and limited access via authorisation. These measures maximise data protection and safety.
Nevertheless, we are not responsible for external security breaches or unauthorised data transfer.
Note*: You have the right to ask about the personal details we have saved. We also request clients to update your personal information regularly to prevent any discrepancy. Do notify your family law solicitors of a recent change like shifting email addresses or switching phone numbers.
That way, we can upgrade client profiles and remove wrong information.
These steps allow us to make sure that you understand how we collect user information and what we do with those details.
Cookies are small coded files made up of letters and numbers. These files get saved on your device whenever you visit our website. We use non-intrusive first-party cookies to differentiate between frequent visitors and new visitors. It also allows us to improve online experiences whenever you browse our website.
Here are the types of cookies we use and their general function:
Apart from this, we might use third-party cookies, often added by external sites (e.g. Google). These cookies are used for Google analytics and advertising purposes.
There are many different ways to block cookies from our website. You can either change browser settings manually. Use the Help centre or main settings section of your browser to make the required changes. This option works for desktop and mobile browsers.
Alternatively, you can request our customer support team to help you change cookie settings.
Disclaimer: Please note that disabling (or restricting) cookies can impact our website performance and your user experience.
If you have any concerns or questions regarding the policies, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will respond to all queries as soon as possible.