Your privacy is important to us. Accordingly, the following discloses that we may collect and how it may be used. By using our website, Melendrez Law, you are accepting the practices and policies herein.
We may collect non-personal information. This information, such as IP address or domain name, reveals nothing personal about you. This information may include information about the browser, operating system, activity or path that you used to access our website.
Further, we will also collect personal information and any information that you provide and/or communicate to us when you register on our site or fill out a form. We may use this information to contact you in the future as necessary.
The information that we collect is primarily for our own internal purposes, which includes providing, evaluating, improving and personalizing our services.
In order to protect your privacy, we follow generally accepted standards in securing the information submitted and/or provided to us. This includes encrypting the information you provide us.
We may use ‘cookies’ on this website. These are pieces of data stored on your device to help us improve your experience and the performance of our website. Some third-party vendors, such as Google, may utilize this information as well.
We will not sell or otherwise provide this information to outside third-parties for the purpose of direct or indirect mass marketing. However, we will disclose the information collected when required by law, when believed reasonably necessary to protect/defend the rights of this website and our office or to identify persons who may be violating law or otherwise misusing this website.
Our website complies with COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). We do not collect any information from nor are our services directed to anyone under the age of thirteen.
We are not responsible for any content or practices of any other websites, including those that may have links available on this website.