What Do You Do With My Information?
At The Hart Law Firm, P.A., we respect your privacy and take protecting it very seriously.
Here’s what we do – and, more importantly, don’t do – with any information you provide us.
- The information you provide on this site is held in strict confidence. All of our clients’ account information is. If you would rather not provide this information on this site, and would still like to receive the divorce guide, please feel free to call our office and we will happily email the information to you. We do not sell or share your information with anyone. To do so would violate numerous legal ethics rules.
- What personal information do you collect and how will it be used by The Hart Law Firm? We only collect information such as your name and email address so that we have a place that we can discretely send your free divorce guide, as described on this website.
- How is this information transferred to third parties? We use a third party vendor to assist us in sending out the information you request in a timely fashion.
- We will not contact you unless or until you send us an email asking that we contact you, or you call us first.
- How can I modify or delete my personal information? If at anytime you wish to modify or delete your information, you may do so by calling our office at (919) 460-5422.
- How can I opt-out of future mailings? You may opt-out of future mailings by clicking a link at the bottom of any future emails you receive from our office.
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202 Davis Grove Circle, Suite 105
Cary, North Carolina 27519
The information on this website and in this divorce guide is provided as a public service. The reader is advised to check for changes to current law and to consult with a qualified attorney on any legal issue. The use of this material does not create an attorney-client relationship with The Hart Law Firm, P.A. or any of its attorneys. Because the information posted on this website is prepared for a general audience, without investigation into the facts of each particular case, it is not legal advice: neither The Hart Law Firm, P.A. or any of its attorneys has an attorney-client relationship with you. The thoughts and commentary about the law contained on this site is provided as a service to the community, and does not constitute solicitation or provision of legal advice.
So – to summarize, nothing on this site is legal advice. We’re not your lawyers unless we both agree in writing that we’re your lawyers. We hate disclaimers. You probably do, too. Call your Congressperson and complain.