When visiting our website, we do not collect your personal data. We will not track your surfing behavior at any time.
The information we collect is limited to technical information not associated with a particular person, e.g. IP address and home URL. These are used by us for technical purposes, e.g. for language selection.
If you register for the use of the client area, for example, to retrieve documents stored there for you, we store and process them exclusively for the purposes of working on your case, the winding up of the mandate and to verify your identity during the login process. This includes personal data. Personal data is data on factual or personal circumstances of a particular or identifiable natural person. This includes, for example, the name, telephone number, address and date of birth.
On our website, we use session cookies that are deleted after the web browser window is closed, but no later than 48 hours after visiting our website. Your login data in the client area will be saved for 14 days.
Cookies are informational data, more specifically small text files that are stored and collected on the devices. Cookies are used to maintain the session (after logging into the client area), the language settings, and the security and reliability of the service.
Accepting cookies is not a prerequisite for visiting our website. If you do not accept the storage of cookies, the functionality may be restricted when you use the website.
At any time, you can independently block the acceptance of cookie files by customizing your web browser settings. These settings may be modified, in particular, to block cookies, i.e. can not be accepted and saved. Detailed information on the possibilities and ways of dealing with cookies are available in the software settings (web browser). You can also delete the cookies at any time in the settings of your browser program.