10.08.16

A Digital Death

The internet has grown fast over the past two decades – nearly as fast as those pesky Pokémon pop up – and unsurprisingly the law has struggled to keep pace with all the challenges this creates. In the pre-internet age, … Find out more »

11.07.16

Increase in Probate Fees

With all the news surrounding Brexit you may have not read that the government is proposing a new tiered system of probate fees in England and Wales, based on the value of the deceased’s estate, rather than the current flat … Find out more »

Privacy Statement

About Us

We are The Probate Practice Limited registered in England with registered office at Regina House, 124 Finchley Road, London, NW3 5JS (”we” or “us” or “our“). This privacy statement describes the data that we collect from you on The Probate Practice website or any other website operated by us (the “Sites“) and what we do with it. In this privacy statement, references to “you” means any person submitting any data to us or our agent or the Sites.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions about the way in which we use your personal information or if any of your personal information changes, please write to us at the above address or email us at assist@probate-practice.co.uk

Your privacy is very important to you and us. We shall therefore only use your name and other information which relates to you in the manner set out in this privacy statement. We will only use your personal information in a way that is fair to you. We will only collect information where it is necessary for us to do so and we will only collect information if it is relevant to our dealings with you.

We will only keep your information for as long as we are either required to by law, or as is relevant for the purposes for which it was collected.

Data that we collect and our use of it

We may collect various information from you when you use the Sites. This may include some or all of the following: your title, name, user name, gender, organisation that you represent, email address, postal address, telephone number, whether you are a client, password and the areas of our services that you are interested in. We use that information in order to give you legal updates, newsletters or invitations to attend or participate in seminars or other events or activities that we are involved with providing, and information that may be specific to our relationship with you. We may also use that information to enable you to take part in interactive parts of the Sites, such as online discussions.

We may also use your data in case we have any queries, including as to the sort of service you wish to continue receiving.

You must only submit to us or the Sites information which is accurate and not misleading and you must keep it up to date and inform us of changes.

If you would prefer not to receive any information or if you want to limit the information that you receive from us to a particular sort, please send us an appropriate email to mail@probate-practice.co.uk or write to us at the above address specifying which information you do not wish to receive. Within 7 working days of receipt of your clear instruction as to what you would like us to do, we will cease to send you information as requested.

Third Parties and Links

We may pass your details to other Nyman Libson Paul companies or entities. We may also pass your details to our agents and subcontractors to help us with any of our uses of your data set out in our privacy statement. For example, we may use third parties to assist us with analysing data and providing us with marketing or client care assistance. We may also pass your details to our web developers and the hosts of the Sites may also see your data.

We may transfer our databases containing your personal information if we sell our business or part of it. Other than as set out in this privacy statement, we shall NOT sell or disclose your personal data to third parties without obtaining your prior consent unless this is necessary for the purposes set out in this privacy statement or unless we are required to do so by law.

The Sites may contain details of third parties or links to other sites or frames of other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of those third parties or other sites, nor for any third party to whom we transfer your data in accordance with our privacy statement.

Cookies

The Sites use cookies. Cookies are tiny text files which identify your computer to our server as a unique user when you visit certain pages on the Sites and they are stored by your Internet browser on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies can be used to recognise your Internet Protocol address, saving you time while you are on, or want to enter, the Sites. We use cookies for your convenience in using the Sites (for example to remember who you are when you want to amend your data without having to re-enter your username and password) and not for obtaining or using any other information about you (for example targeted advertising). Your browser can be set to not accept cookies, but this would restrict your use of the Sites. Please accept our assurance that our use of cookies does not contain any personal or private details and are free from viruses.  If you want to find out more information about cookies, go to http://www.allaboutcookies.org or to find out about removing them from your browser, go to http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html.

Changes

Any material changes to the way in which we use your data will be described in future versions of this privacy statement.  Each time you enter the Sites or upload material onto them, you agree that the privacy statement current at that time shall apply to all information which we hold about you.

Consent

By submitting data to us or using the Sites, you consent to our use of your data in the manner set out in this privacy statement.