Hello Divorce recognizes the importance of your privacy. This online privacy policy is meant to inform users of our website about the information we collect online and how that information will be used. Hello Divorce (“Hello Divorce,” “us,” “our,” or “we”) may amend this privacy policy from time to time. By accessing or using our website, www.hellodivorce.com (“site,” “website,” or “platform”), you indicate to us that you consent to this privacy policy and any amendments thereon.

The services of Hello Divorce are intended for the use of California residents. To the extent U.S.-based residents of states other than California access Hello Divorces’s websites, the laws of the State of California shall govern on all matters related to the collection of data and privacy of collected information. If you access the websites from outside the state of California, you consent to this provision. To the extent users of Hello Divorce’s websites are not based in the United States, Hello Divorce explicitly disclaims liability for compliance with the user’s local laws related to data collection and online privacy. Non-U.S. users should not access the websites to the extent a non-U.S. based user proceeds to use the websites despite this warning, only this policy shall apply.

Hello Divorce’s websites collect personally identifiable information such as names and addresses (e-mail and physical) only from visitors who voluntarily input such information through various mechanisms, including contact forms, subscription enrollment forms, online chat tools, and others. Hello Divorce also will collect e-mail addresses from the e-mails you send us. Hello Divorce will use the personally identifiable information we collect online only to send you information about our services, product announcements, changes to our terms and conditions, events, or publications. We do provide you the opportunity to be removed from our mailing lists. The data we hold is kept securely and only accessed by authorized personnel.

Computers used to access Hello Divorce websites automatically transmit certain non-personally identifiable information when you visit our sites, such as the type of browser you are using or the domain name of your Internet service provider. They also collect aggregate information on the site pages our users visit. Hello Divorce’s ability to limit collection of this data is limited, as it cannot control, for example, whether an individual user’s non-personally identifiable information is gathered by Google Analytics or a similar service. Thus, the user is responsible for the user’s own settings on any computer used to access Hello Divorce’s websites, and the user is thus responsible for determining whether information is transmitted from its device to Hello Divorce through any means. Computer data containing no personally identifiable information will be used only for internal business purposes.

Please note that Hello Divorce does offer access to a marketplace of Lawyers and/or Law Firms that do entered into attorney-client relationships. Law Firms and Lawyers that work with consumers enter into attorney-client relationships with its clients pursuant to certain policies and procedures unrelated to this site, including “Terms and Conditions” (aka attorney engagement letter), a screen for conflicts of interest, and other policies of the particular lawyer or rules of the State Bar Association in which they maintain an office(es).

Unless required by law to do so, Hello Divorce will not sell, share, or otherwise disclose any of the information it collects online without your permission except for internal business purposes. This exception includes disclosures to third parties who monitor the websites and to parties who assist or cooperate in preparing mailings for Hello Divorce. Note: Should users purchase legal services with a licensed attorney through this site, Hello Divorce may provide existing information collected from you to the lawyer whom you have hired to help you in a limited scope capacity with your legal matter. However, to the extent we possess information protected by the attorney-client privilege, Hello Divorce will take all reasonable steps to ensure the ongoing confidentiality and privilege of such information.

Like many websites, we may use “cookies.” A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user’s device containing information about the user’s visit. Cookies are of various types and have different purposes. You can change your user settings in your browser to prevent us storing cookies on your device. You can find out how to do this, and find more information on cookies, at: www.allaboutcookies.org.

Hello Divorce may revise this policy or any part of it at any time. Under normal circumstances, we do not send emails to our users notifying of every change. Thus, we suggest you review the policy (accessed on our website) periodically for changes.

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