At RealFamilyLaw.com, we are committed to protecting your privacy as a visitor to this website and as our customer. To our visitors and to our customers, we offer this pledge:
We will ask you to provide your personal information to us when you fill out an evaluation form. We will also ask you to provide your personal information to us when you send e-mail to us from this website.
When you submit an evaluation form, we may ask you to provide your name, home address, mailing address, telephone number and e-mail address. This information could be given to our attorney agency which will only use your personal information to discuss your case further into detail.
We may collect personal information from you on evaluation forms. Information we collect may include names, address, email, comments, and arrest details. We also collection information about any transactions you have with us, such as payments for ebooks.
We make every effort to maintain absolute privacy while using our website. If information is ever viewed by another party, it is purely accidental and, by using our website, you release us from any liability should this information be downloaded, viewed or retrieved against our privacy rules. We shall not be liable for any unlawful acts of others who steal this information through any means.
We do not sell nonpublic information to anyone. We do not disclose nonpublic personal information to our affiliates or to non affiliated third parties, except as required or permitted by law. As permitted by law, we may share nonpublic information with companies that perform administrative or marketing services to us. Our contracts with such companies prohibit them from using nonpublic personal information for any purpose other than that for which they were hired.
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We may use cookie technology during a session as a tool to carry forward your input information during the evaluation process. This enables the visitor to input their information once and have the information appear later during the evaluation process.
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