Privacy Statement

Why Do We Need a Privacy Statement?
The Privacy Act requires us to have policies and procedures in place to cover the collection, use and disclosure of personal information we may hold about you. In that regard our attitude has not changed, we have always believed that your privacy should be protected and we will continue to take every care in managing your personal information.

User Information

In order to evaluate which information we provide is most heavily used, how many visitors we receive, and how we might improve our service, we might collect and analyse information from people who visit our site. Information tracked may include your Internet address and which pages you visited. Personal information, such as your name and e-mail address, is not stored in this process. Our website may use cookies, small bits of electronic information stored on your computer that can identify you and your preferences. You can turn off this feature if you do not want cookies stored on your computer: please consult your web browser's help feature for information on disabling cookies. However, please note that disabling cookies may have a negative impact on site performance. By using M H Law solicitors' website, you agree to allow us to collect this information about your use of our site.

How to remove your information?

From time to time, M H Law Solicitors might send e-mail notices about new services or information available to those who have registered with an e-mail address. If you ever wish to be excluded from these mailings, please send an e-mail message to us that you be dropped from future e-mailings. Include your name and e-mail address in the message. At any time, users may request that their information be removed from our database by sending an e-mail request to M H Law Solicitors. After you have been removed from our files, certain portions of our Web site may no longer be available to you.