At Thomas Dunton, we have always been committed to keeping your personal data safe and secure. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25th May 2018 and we have updated our Privacy Policies to provide more transparency on how we collect and process your personal data across all our specialist business areas, website and marketing activities. We encourage you to read these policies.

Website Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use, and process your information on our website.

Visitors to our Websites

In relation to visits to our website www.thomasduntonsolicitors.co.uk the site does not store or capture personal information. We do use Google Analytics and WordPress standard cookies to store anonymous data on our website traffic. These cookies store information on the number of visitors to the various parts of the site, the frequency of the visits and the pages viewed. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone. Please click on our cookie policy to find out more about this and how to manage your cookies. For more information regarding Google’s privacy policy regarding Google Analytics please go to www.google.com/privacy/privacy-policy.html

Contact Forms on the Site

In contacting us by email, via the forms on our site, the details provided by you will be stored by us and will be used for the purposes of replying to the request or enquiry. Information will only be stored in line with our client information management procedures. The information provided will only be stored on our website for as long as is necessary to process your enquiry.

Marketing Preferences

Thomas Dunton will not use the information that you provide for marketing purposes unless you opt-in to our marketing preferences. You have the right to unsubscribe to any of your preferred methods of communication at any time by emailing admin@thomasdunton.co.uk

Third Parties

We will never sell, rent or pass on your information to third parties for marketing purposes.

Access to Personal Data

You have a right to see any personal information which we hold about you. If any personal information which we hold about you is incorrect, you have a right to have this corrected. You can withdraw consent at any time. Email admin@thomasdunton.co.uk to action this request.

Security across the Internet

Security of information transferred over the internet cannot be guaranteed; however, we endeavour to ensure this wherever possible by using firewalls. We cannot, however, guard against the acts of any third parties, whether authorised or unauthorised, and accept no responsibility for doing so. As the internet is a global structure it is not possible to control or predict the route of the transmission of information. Information may be transferred outside of the European Economic Area whilst en route.

By submitting your information, you consent to this transfer and accept the risk of interception and unlawful unauthorised exploitation. This privacy policy only covers the Thomas Dunton Solicitors website at www.thomasduntonsolicitors.co.uk. Other links within this site to other websites are not covered by this policy.

Privacy notice for Clients

Commercial Property

Client Privacy notice – Commercial Property (PDF, 169KB)

Family (including care and abduction)

Client Privacy notice – Family (PDF, 171 KB)

General Privacy Policy

General Privacy policy (PDF, 148KB)

Housing

Client Privacy notice – Housing (PDF, 139KB)

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Client Privacy notice – LPA (PDF, 164KB)

Probate

Client notice – Probate (PDF, 165KB)

Residential Conveyancing

Client notice – Residential Conveyancing (PDF, 163KB)

Wills

Client privacy notice – Wills (PDF, 162KB)

Changes to our Privacy Policies

Occasionally, our Privacy Policies may be updated or amended. These changes will be reflected here. We suggest that you check back here intermittently for updates.

If you have any queries relating to privacy or our storage of information, please email admin@thomasdunton.co.uk

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