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Intelligent Divorce Privacy Policy

Intelligent Divorce LLP believes in transparency when it comes to the use of customer data, your privacy and protecting your data. We only collect and retain what's necessary to provide our services and to communicate with our customers. We only use trusted third parties to process the data we have under our control and we endeavour to keep your data safe through the use of secure technology.

We do not share data with third parties other than with the data processors listed below and for the purposes of providing our services. If we wanted to share data for commercial reasons, we would obtain your consent before doing so.

Our privacy policy reflects that belief which matches the privacy by design culture of the GDPR.

Data Controller

Intelligent Divorce LLP is the data controller for

Intelligent Divorce LLP
The Street
East Sussex
BN26 5SQ

0844 745 6850

What information do we collect and why?

If you create an account on
We collect only information required to provide the services we offer. Your account details and any information you subsequently provide in connection with your case is held on a dedicated server hosted on a secure FastHosts site.

All stored passwords are encrypted and are inaccessible to us.

Each year we review any accounts held and delete those that have been dormant for 12 months prior to the review date.

If you pay for any of our services
We use PayPal as our payment processor and do not hold any credit card details once an order has been processed and approved.

For more read the PayPal Privacy Policy

Data extracted from Intelligent Divorce
Once you have notified us that your case is ready to proceed to an opinion or for other processing as part of your divorce we will that data is stored securely on a password protected Dropbox folder. For more on Dropbox security see their site

This data may be held outside the EU but only in territories with similar data protection safety or under the EU /US Privacy Shield.

If you email us
Email is retained while there is a continuing contractual relationship or once that relationship ends, for the duration of any relevant legal or contractual obligations.

We use session cookies on our sites to ensure that the site works effectively. We also use Google Analytics to monitor anonymous site usage and performance.

How do I change my cookie settings?
If you disable cookies the site may not function as expected but you can do this using your browser settings. Follow the links below to find out how

o   Google Chrome

o   Microsoft Edge

o   Mozilla Firefox

o   Microsoft Internet Explorer

o  Opera

o   Apple Safari

To find information relating to other browsers, visit the browser developer's website.

To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, visit

You can also check what cookies are being used on any website using the Google Chrome browser by following these instructions. On any page you visit select the tools menu top right

> select More tools

> select Developer tools

> then in the console displayed select Application

> then open the drop down under Cookies

Data sharing

We do not sell or share or rent your data with any unaffiliated third parties.

We do share it with trusted third parties to enable us to provide the services we supply, such as our barristers and solicitors providing the opinion on your case.

Where data is transferred to one of our legal team, this is done through encrypted email and password protected zip files.

We may also share data if required to do so for legal obligations, for example to prevent fraud or criminal activity.

What rights do you have in respect of your data?

Under the GDPR you can request a copy of the personal data we hold on you and we will supply it free of charge (subject to some exemptions as set out in the GDPR) within 28 days. This is known as a subject access request.

You can also request that we amend any inaccurate data or delete any data we hold (again certain to some exemptions, such as to fulfil legal obligations). We will do this within a month of the request which you make in writing or by phone.

If you think we have mishandled your data in anyway that is incompatible with the GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018 or the Privacy & E-commerce Regulations 2003 you can make a complaint to the Information Commissioner's Office using the form on their site or by calling them.