The Childress Firm PLLC’s (“the Firm”) website may collect certain information from its users, including information about your computer, the type of web browser and operating system you are using, your IP address, and information what you are viewing on the website.  The information collected is generally used to improve the website and to offer the website.  The information collected may be shared with service providers, as well as other parties if required by law or in order to protect the website.   The information collected may also be shared if the Firm sells or transfers its assets, or is apart of a merger.   Additionally,  there are portions of the website that may be offered through third parties that are not affiliated with the Firm.  These third parties may collect information about your use of the Firm’s website.  The Firm is not responsible for the privacy parties of such third parties.

 

The Firm does not intentionally or knowingly collect information about children under the age of 13.  If the Firm discovers that it has collected such information, it will delete this information from its records.

 

If you have questions about this policy, please contact info@thechildressfirm.com.

 

The Firm may update or amend this Privacy Policy at any time.  Any substantial changes to this Privacy Policy will be posted on the Firm’s website.  If you continue to use the website, you consent to the website’s privacy policy and any changes thereto.

 

The Firm, in addition to third parties that offer content for the website, use several technologies regarding how users use this website, including but not limited to cookies and web beacons.