At Miyetti Law, our firm takes your privacy seriously. This privacy statement describes how Miyetti Law collects, uses, and discloses personal information obtained through our website.
You may visit our website, browse the information, and find out more about Miyetti Law Firm without providing any personally identifiable information about you or your legal matters.
Certain areas of our firm website may request personally identifiable information from you beyond what is obtained automatically through cookies. If you complete contact forms or subscribe to updates, you may be asked to provide your name, address, telephone number, email address, and other personal information. We request these personal details to provide desired information or services to you or to provide you with updates and information we believe may be of interest to you. If you choose to subscribe to emails or receive any marketing communications via email, you have the opportunity to opt out of communications at any time.
Miyetti Law may share personal information you choose to provide among our staff or member law firms for purposes of responding to your communications or providing you with desired information. In limited situations, we may share information with government authorities as required to protect the interests of the firm or to comply with local or international laws. Your data will not be sold or shared outside of the firm unless necessary to comply with legal obligations.
Submitting personalized information or providing your contact information on any forms on our website does not create an lawyer/client relationship and no duty of confidentiality applies to any personal information submitted through our websites or through unsolicited emails. You may contact our staff members or members of our legal team via phone or email but you should refrain from providing any personal or any confidential information in online forms or emails. No attorney client relationship is created through the completion of forms or through sending emails to the firm or staff members.
Miyetti Law provides legal services to clients globally. Submitting information to our website or providing personalized information to our website may not entitle you to a level of data protection equivalent to laws within your home country.
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