Anonymous Information: Many features on our website can be accessed without providing personal information. However, certain information, such as your IP address (including geographic location), browser software details, operating system, access dates, and referring/exiting URLs, may be automatically collected (“anonymous information”). We use this data, both individually and collectively, to enhance our content and improve the overall user experience. This anonymous information may be retained indefinitely within the permissible limits of the law.
Personal Information: Our website offers contact forms where you have the option to provide personal information voluntarily. This includes your name, address, email address, and telephone number(s). Providing personal information is not mandatory, but if you choose to do so, we may use it to get in touch with you and improve future communications. Additionally, with your consent, we may keep you informed about law firm news and events. We will always seek your affirmative consent before using your personal information for purposes beyond the scope of this policy.
Please note that transmitting information over the internet, including through our contact forms or Live Chat feature, is not entirely secure and should not be considered confidential. Submitting a form on our website does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
Live Chat Feature: Our website may provide a third-party Live Chat feature where personal information can be provided. Information shared through Live Chat is not confidential and does not constitute attorney-client communication. If you choose to provide personal information through Live Chat, we may use it to communicate with you and enhance future interactions.
Third-party Live Chat providers have their privacy policies, which we recommend reviewing. The Probate Law Group is not responsible for third-party privacy practices.
Attorney-Client Relationship: Communication through this website, including Live Chat and contact forms, does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Please refrain from disclosing confidential information through these means, as they are not secure.
Distribution of Collected Information: We will not disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent, except as required by law. In specific circumstances, and in accordance with applicable laws, we may share personal information with government authorities or others to protect our firm or third parties or comply with legal requirements.
Do Not Track Requests: We do not respond to “Do Not Track” requests.
Third Parties and External Links: Our website may contain hyperlinks to third-party websites, but we do not endorse their content or privacy practices. We are not responsible for any information disclosed to third parties by visiting their websites.
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