Please read the following terms of services and legal notices carefully before using this website.
Any person accessing this site to utilize any of the services it provides must accept the Terms and Conditions of this agreement without change. These terms explain your rights and our rights under this Agreement and make disclosures as required by law. By using the Site, you give your assent to the terms of this Agreement. If you do not agree to these terms, you may not use this Site. Burr Law Office is a debt relief agency and legal consultant in bankruptcy related matters. We have the right, at our discretion, to modify or update any terms or conditions listed within this agreement.
This website is intended for the use of U.S. Residents, particularly those of Milwaukee and Waukesha, WI, and the surrounding areas, who are over the age of 18. All material in this website is the intellectual property of Burr Law Office and associates.
This policy is created for our online users. It will state what information we may collect from said users via the website, how it is collected, why we collect it, and how we will protect that information.
There are three ways we may collect information from our website users, namely: User-supplied information, web server collected information, and via website cookies. Below are detailed what each type is and why it is employed.
This is given to us directly from our users, generally via our contact form. This should never include sensitive or personal information, such as birth date, any identification numbers—PIN, Social Security, Driver’s License, etc—or other such sensitive material. Why: We gather this information to find out how we can help you. That is the purpose of our contact form.
Web Server Collected Information
Our website automatically gathers information concerning who visits us, how often, where they visit from, what time people visit, what they click on, and how they found our site. Why: This information is so we can make our site optimal not only for users, but for us. We want people to find us and so we analyze this information to improve our website.
These are small bits of data that are stored in your hard drive. Why: This is purely for your convenience in finding and navigating our site. Your computer generally creates these automatically. However, if you desire, you may turn off cookies on your personal computer.
For questions regarding the use of this site, please contact our Milwaukee bankruptcy law office.