Privacy policy

 

The Divorce and Family Law Specialists are committed to protecting your personal information and that of our website visitors in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. On various occasions, including through forms on our website, we invite or request you to submit your contact details and other information about yourself, or to send us emails which will also identify you. When you instruct us as a new client we collect personal data from you, and on occasion from third party data suppliers, to discharge our obligations under the relevant anti-money laundering legislation. We also use cookies on our website to gather information about our website visitors. This section answers some important questions about how we collect and use this personal information. In each case, the purpose for which you are invited to give us your personal information is clear.  We will not use your information for other purposes, and will not disclose it other than in very limited circumstances, for example, when we are legally obliged to do so, if we need to use the information in connection with any legal proceedings or to secure our legal rights. We will take reasonable precautions to ensure the protection of your personal information. However, data transmission over the internet is inherently insecure and therefore we are unable to guarantee the security of data sent via the internet.

 

Disclaimer

The information, materials and opinions contained on this website are for general information purposes only, are not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice relevant to particular circumstances. The Divorce and Family Law Specialists do not accept any responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information or materials published on this website. You should always take professional advice on your particular situation and if you think we can assist you, please contact us. Certain parts of this website link to external internet sites, and other internet sites may link to this website. The Divorce and Family Law Specialists are not responsible for the content of any external internet sites.

 

Your Right to Cancel Off-Premises and Distance Contracts

These type of contracts are defined in the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (“the Regulations”).  You should consult the Regulations to see if our contract with you (the retainer) is an off-premises or distance contract.  Broadly, such contracts arise where we enter into a contract with you for the provision of legal services and the contract is concluded either in our physical presence but away from our usual business premises or where the contract is concluded in circumstances where you are not in our physical presence.

 

You have the right to cancel off-premises and distance contracts by giving notice in writing within 14 days of the contract being concluded (this will usually be the date on which you sign the terms of business or otherwise confirm to us that you agree to be bound by those terms).  If you cancel this contract in writing within the cancellation period we will comply with our obligation under the Regulations to reimburse all payments received from you. However, you agree to us paying or incurring liability to pay sums to third parties in relation to this contract and you agree that if you cancel this contract we will not reimburse any sums which we have paid or incurred liability to pay to a third party with your authority.

We will begin the performance of our services before the expiration of the cancellation period unless you expressly in writing (including by email) request us not to do so.

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