Privacy Policy

Charlotte Towne, P.A.
PRIVACY POLICY
THIS PRIVACY POLICY EXPLAINS HOW INFORMATION ABOUT VISITORS TO THIS WEBSITE IS COLLECTED AND USED.
BY USING THIS SITE YOU CONSENT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:


1.  Cookies.
This Site does not knowingly use "cookies" – small files that are sent to your browser and stored on your hard drive to record how and when you use a site. 
Although Charlotte Towne, P.A. uses a website visitor statistics program that compiles information about visitors to this site (such as browser type, pages accessed, duration of visit, and other usage statistics), that program does not identify you. The program may also collect your IP address, but this information generally does not reveal your identity.

2.  Personal Information Collected.
You do not need to provide any personal information to use our Site and we do not collect any such information unless you provide it to us. When you do contact us via our “Contact Charlotte” form, we may keep your messages together with your e-mail address and our responses. As detailed this Site’s Terms of Use, we provide no guarantee that information you provide to us through your use of this Site will be kept confidential unless we mutually establish an attorney-client relationship.

3.  Personal Information from Children.
This Site is not intended for use by children, especially those under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect information from children but, due to the nature of electronic communication, urge parents and caregivers to thoughtfully address how children communicate electronically to ensure that their personal information is protected.

4.  Links
This Site may contain links to third parties' websites. If you choose to visit a third party's site, please be aware that the third party's privacy policy, and not that of Charlotte Towne, P.A., will govern your activities and any information you disclose while visiting the third party's site.

5.  Use of Personal Information.
We will use the personal information you choose to disclose to us only to respond to your inquiries, to check for potential conflicts, and to provide services to you if you become a client. We may also use the information you give us to send you announcements, information, and other materials from time to time. We will stop sending you materials at any time you request.
If, in the future, Charlotte Towne, P.A.’s business changes form – for example, by merger or partnership – we may transfer your personally identifiable information to our reorganized business entity.
We will also disclose your personally identifiable information if we reasonably believe we are required to do so by law, regulation or other government authority.

6.  Protection of Personal Information.
We adhere to the law and to the codes of legal ethics in keeping our clients’ information confidential. For those visitors who are not clients, we act reasonably and in accordance with this Privacy Policy and this Site’s Terms of Use with respect to personal information that you choose to give us. Personally identifiable information you submit to Charlotte Towne, P.A. online is purely voluntary and should not be of a particularly sensitive or confidential nature.  We employ standard security measures and do not use special encryption methods at this time.

7.  Policy Changes
Charlotte Towne, P.A. reserves the right to change this privacy policy, and will post any revisions on this Site.  Your continued use of this Site will be subject to the then-current privacy policy.

 



Charlotte Towne, P.A.
499 East Sheridan Street, Suite 201
Dania Beach, FL 33004
Phone: (954) 306-6624

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Please read our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy before submitting this form. Note: The use of the Internet for communications with this firm will not establish an attorney-client relationship.