At TN Divorce Lawyer, we are committed to protecting your privacy. All information provided for the completion of your case online will be guarded according to the standards in effect at the time the information is provided. Information will not be released for any commercial or other purpose. Information provided will only be used as necessary for the administration and maintenance of this site.
I. Security Measures Concerning Your Personal Information
While transmission of information over the Internet cannot be guaranteed to be 100% secure, we make every effort to provide protection for the information that we collect about you. Our site uses encryption technology to protect your private information. Encryption tools convert the information you input into code before it is sent to us. This encryption helps protect you and the information in your account.
In addition to encryption technology, your personal information is also password protected. However, to avoid unauthorized use of your account by others, you must also take steps to control your password.
This site contains various links to other Web sites. TN Divorce Lawyer is not responsible for the privacy practices of those sites. You should not assume that other sites take similar steps in securing your information and should evaluate their privacy standards before using their systems.
It is our policy never to sell information about our users to third parties without user permission (see "Use of Collected Information" below).
II. Security Measures Concerning Your Financial Information
We do not store any of your credit card information. All credit cards transactions are processed through a third party secure gateway, and none of your financial information is kept or accessible by TN Divorce Lawyer.
III. Collection of Information
When you register with TN Divorce Lawyer, we ask that you provide your name and e-mail address. In the course of your use of the site, we will request additional information from you that is necessary to complete your document kit.
In the course of using our site, we automatically track certain information including your IP address, what browser you are using, and the URL you just came from. We also collect information about your use of our site in order to optimize our site usability.
IV. Use of Collected Information
The primary reason that TN Divorce Lawyer collects information from its users is to assist users in preparing their legal documents.
TN Divorce Lawyer does not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. We use your information to improve our marketing and promotional efforts, statistically analyze site usage, and improve our site's content, offering, and layout. Your IP address may be used to help diagnose problems with our server, to administer our Web site, and to address security needs.
We may use the information we collect to send you communications necessary to complete the service provided. Communications needed for document preparation include (1) confirmation of your registration, (2) notifications of errors that need to be corrected, and (3) notifications regarding the status or completeness of your order.
We may also use the information we collect to notify you about the status of your TN Divorce Lawyer account, important functionality changes to our Web site, new TN Divorce Lawyer services, and special offers we think you'll find valuable. We may also contact you to verify your information, or ask you about your experiences with our system.
When it is necessary to contact you, we will use your email address and (in some situations) your mailing address, or phone number associated with your account. If your email address, physical address, or phone number change during the divorce process please login to your account and update your information. If we are unable to reach you after three attempts your file will be closed. Note: TN Divorce Lawyer will not ask you for your password if we contact you. Do not disclose your password if asked by a caller claiming to represent TN Divorce Lawyer.
V. Consent and Changes to This Policy