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Certain aspects of our business require the processing of personal data in order to function. If you choose not to provide information that is necessary to provide a product or service, you may not be able to use some of our features, products, or certain areas of our Sites.
1. What personally identifiable information is collected from you through the Sites, how it is used and with whom it may be shared;
2. What choices are available to you regarding the use of your information;
3. The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information;
4. How you can correct any inaccuracies in your Personal Information.
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Gibson Family Law PLLC is the sole owner of all information collected on the Sites. When using the Sites, if you fill out forms, schedule an appointment, or provide comments, you may be asked to provide your name, email address, mailing address, phone number and payment information. We use this information to deliver the products or services requested, to enhance your User experience, and to improve the performance of the Sites.
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Gibson Family Law PLLC has no obligation to you to retain your Personal Information for purposes of email marketing, but may have an obligation to retain information regarding legal services. For as long as you choose to remain on our email list, we will retain a minimum amount of personal information including your name, your email address, and your behavior on our website. For all other information, we generally retain information for a period of two years after your legal matter has concluded or as long as is necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the Personal Information was collected, resolve disputes, or as reasonably determined.
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You may opt out of any future contacts from us at any time. You can do the following at any time by contacting us via the email address given on our website:
- Learn what Personal Information we have about you, if any;
- Change/correct any Personal Information we have about you;
- Request us to delete any Personal Information we have about you;
- Express any concern you have about our use of your Personal Information.
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The Sites are not intended for use by persons under the age of 13. Gibson Family Law PLLC does not knowingly collect information from visitors under the age of 13 and, in fact, we require that you are at least 18 years old to use the Sites. Should we learn that a person under the age of 13 has provided Us with Personal Information, we will immediately delete such Personal Information.
We implement commercially reasonable security measures to protect your information. When you provide Personal Information such as your name, email, or credit card information, we use third-party products and Sites to secure or store your information. Sensitive information (such as credit card data) is encrypted and transmitted in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a lock icon in the address bar and looking for “https://” at the beginning of the address of the web page. The Personal Information you provide
when using the Sites is not stored on our servers or computer systems.
However, due to the open nature of the Internet we cannot guarantee that communication between you and us, and between us and you, will be free from unauthorized access by third parties. No data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Consequently, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you provide. Any information that you provide is done at your own risk.
If we learn of a data security breach we may attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take appropriate protective steps. By using the Sites or providing Personal Information, you agree to receive electronic communications regarding security, privacy, and administrative issues relating to your use of the Sites. We may also post a notice via the Sites if a security breach occurs.
Depending on where you live, you may have a legal right to receive written notice of a data privacy or security breach. If you have reason to believe that your Personal Information has been compromised through use of our Sites, please notify us by e-mailing email@example.com
The contact person at Gibson Family Law PLLC for all matters concerning privacy and data protection is:
Susan M. Gibson, Esquire
Last updated on: 01/23/2022
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