Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy provides information on the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information.  Please read it carefully. 

Ashcraft Law may receive and store “Information” you provide, including Information you provide through the website, or via telephone, email, or otherwise.  “Information” means your name, telephone number, address, email, and other information you provide, including through other correspondence.   Ashcraft Law’s website provider may collect and store anonymous “Demographic Information” (e.g., zip code, etc.) as well as “Other Information” arising from your interactions with Ashcraft Law’s website (e.g., type of web browser, IP address, etc.).  Demographic Information and/or Other Information may be used for a variety of purposes, including to improve the website, and may also be shared with partners, market researchers, and other third parties on an aggregate, non-personally identifiable basis.  

The website may also use “cookie” technology to enhance your online experience, which includes making it easier for you to navigate the website and interact with website features.  Cookies are text files which are commonly deposited by websites on a user’s hard drive when the user visits a website.  The file identifies a user’s computer and can record the user’s preferences and other data about the user’s website visit.  Ashcraft Law does not extract information about individual users during this process.  Your web browser may enable you to disable cookies, but doing so may affect the quality of your experience on the website.  Ashcraft Law may use third-party advertising companies to run Internet ads.  These companies may collect and use information about your visits to this and other websites and your interaction with Ashcraft Law’s services. 

Ashcraft Law’s website provider and/or payment processor may engage other companies, individuals, and affiliates to perform certain functions and/or services.  Examples may include processing credit card payments, removing repetitive information from customer lists, and offering electronic mail services.  Your contact and financial information may be collected by and/or shared with such third parties as necessary.  

Ashcraft Law, as well as its website provider and payment processor, may release account and other personal information when required to do so by law, court order, subpoena, or other government or law enforcement authority or regulatory agency, in order to enforce agreements, or when such party believes in good faith that disclosing this information is necessary or advisable, including to protect such party’s rights, property, or safety.  This includes exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection, credit risk reduction, or other similar purposes.   

Ashcraft law reserves the right to change, update, or modify this Privacy Policy at any time, and will post any new Privacy Policy here.  Any change, update, or modification will be effective immediately when posted on this website.  By visiting this website, you consent to this Privacy Policy and will be bound by its terms.  Ashcraft Law is not responsible for any damages arising out of access to or use of the site, including any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages.