Privacy Policy

Swain & Co Solicitors are committed to protecting your privacy. However, it is important that you understand how information provided by you by via this website is dealt with.

By using our site you agree to accept this privacy policy. Please be aware that the privacy policy may change. Any changes will appear on this web page.

Swain & Co DO NOT disclose personal information to third parties without your consent except when absolutely necessary and as requested by local and/or government authorities. Your personal information may be disclosed to employees of Swain & Co but in relation to your case only and we confirm that all such persons are fully aware of the importance of client confidentiality.

We would ask you to note that by using this website you consent to the collection, use and retention of any personal information you provide for our legitimate business use. Such information may only be collected, used and retained if we are justified in doing so, if we are required to do so and/or it is useful to do so for the purposes of conducting our business.

The website of Swain & Co may contain links to various other web pages. You are reminded that Swain & Co have no control over these sites and cannot accept responsibility should you decide to enter them.

Our website may employ the use of “Cookies” which is a way in which information from advertising and website usage can be tracked.

Please be advised that whilst we strive to keep any information that you have supplied either directly or indirectly secure, the internet is not a fully secure medium and we can offer no guarantee in relation to such security.