Parker Family Law is committed to protecting your privacy. This Statement discloses the practices by which Parker Family Law intends to protect the quality and integrity of your personally identifiable information. We understand how important the privacy of your personal information is to you, as such, Parker Family Law provides the following Guidelines defining how we shall deal with your personal information
Parker Family Law will only collect personal information that is necessary for providing those services offered on our web site. We shall advise you at all times the purpose of our collection and ensure that your personal information is collected by lawful and fair means and by your express consent. Such information which is collected will be held in the strictest confidence.
Use and Disclosure
Personal Information we collect will only be used and disclosed for the purposes identified in our web site. Should Parker Family Law intend utilising this information for secondary purposes your express consent would first be obtained.
Reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that personal information which is collected, used and disclosed is relevant, accurate, complete and up to date for the purposes for which it is to be utilised.
In house safeguards will monitor and maintain personal information to protect against unauthorised access, misuse, alteration, destruction and loss. Furthermore, all information that Parker Family Law no longer requires will be destroyed or permanently de-identified to ensure continued protection of your personally identifiable information.
Parker Family Law publicly exhibits its personal information practices and management policies. As well as making these guidelines available Parker Family Law will take reasonable steps to bring to your attention what information it holds, for what purposes and how it collected, uses and discloses that information.
Access and Correction
Where information is held by Parker Family Law regarding an individual, access will be provided upon request in a form reasonably suitable to the information held, except to the extent that; (a) The request for access by the individual is frivolous or vexatious; or (b) Providing access would unreasonably impact on the privacy of others; or (c) Providing access would be unlawful; or (d) Providing access would prejudice commercial negotiations between the individual and Parker Family Law. If access is denied to an individual then written reasons will be provided outlining why access has been denied. Where an individual establishes that the information held about them by Parker Family Law is not accurate, complete or up to date, Parker Family Law will take reasonable steps to correct that information. We will provide full access to all personal information you have given to us. If you do not wish to have personal information used for a particular purpose we will not do this. If you desire to review or make necessary corrections or remove personal information you do not wish us to retain please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to do so.
Cookies and Browsing
Information we collect via our web site contributes to the development of the site by allowing statistical analysis of users. This collection of statistical data is carried out anonymously with no attempt to identify users or monitor their specific browsing activities. As such, in order to help us improve our customer service, we utilise cookies in order to statistically track our web sites performance. We collect anonymous information from users of our web site including monitoring the domains from which people visit and measuring visitor activity. We will only use your disclosed personal information or information generated by cookies that you have provided to us when we have given you notification of the intended use or disclosure and you have not objected to that use or disclosure or you have specifically and knowingly provided that information to us. Parker Family Law will not share your personal information with individuals or organisations outside of Parker Family Law.