Klingman Law, LLC Website Privacy Policy

Klingman Law, LLC (the Firm) values your privacy as a visitor to our website (the Site). Because we think it’s important that you understand our intentions with respect to the information you may provide us, the following information explains our privacy policy.

You are not required to reveal any personal information, such as your name, address, or telephone number, in order to visit our Site. The information we collect during your visit is limited and is only used to help us support and enhance the Site and improve our services.

The information we use includes domain names, but not e-mail addresses. E-mail addresses are collected only when you initiate communication with us via e-mail or you otherwise provide us that information. We do use “cookies” (small text files that are stored on a visitor’s computer) to collect and store the following information regarding our visitors: the domain name or the internet address or the website from which the Site was accessed, as well as the date and time of the visit. We use this information to measure the number of visitors to the site and/or its specific pages.
Our use of the personal information that you provide is limited to the specific use for which you provide it. In other words, the postal and e-mail addresses and telephone numbers will be used only to contact you regarding a request you submitted online. Your information will not be shared with any organization beyond the Firm without your express consent.