PRIVACY POLICY

Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC strives to protect your privacy.  This Privacy Policy along with our Terms of Use (under the "Disclosure" Section of this website) describes how your personal information will be treated as you use this website (the "Site").  

Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC does not collect any personally identifiable information on this Site unless you voluntarily submit such information to us, including any information submitted via telephone, mail or delivery service, facsimile or electronically. Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC will only use any such submitted information for the purpose in which it was intended.  Any such information submitted by you shall not be distributed, sold or rented to third parties, unless expressly permitted by you or otherwise required by law.

 

A "cookie" is information that a website puts on your hard disk so that it can remember a piece of information about you at a later time, such as registration information in an area on a website you previously entered so that you will not have to enter again upon re-visiting that website.  Many websites now use cookies to help with navigation of the website to analyze traffic to the website, or to otherwise help with a user's experience while using that website.  Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC does use cookies to track website traffic and and other analytics.  

 

This  Privacy Policy only applies to our Site.  If our Site contains external links to third party websites, Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC is not responsible for the privacy practices and/or policies or the content of such third party websites.  If you visit one of these third party websites, please review the privacy practices and/or policies of those websites.

 

Kiesewetter Law Firm, PLLC reserves the right to amend this Privacy Policy at any time without notice.  Any revised Privacy Policy shall be posted on this Site with the effective date of the policy occurring at the time of posting.