Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy


1. Introduction


A Plus Legal Advice is a website which is accessible from, which is a blog for lawyers and other professionals in the legal industry to write articles and advertise their services to the public. This privacy policy is to ensure that our users' privacy is protected. It informs you about the kinds of information collected and handled by A Plus Legal Advice and how we use it. One of our main objectives at A Plus Legal Advice is the protection of our users' privacy.


If you have any additional queries, or require further information on our privacy policy, please do not hesitate to contact us. The terms of this Privacy Policy are only applicable to our online activities. It applies only to the information that visitors to our website share and gather while using A Plus Legal Advice. This Privacy Statement does not apply to any data collected offline or via other means than this website.


We may modify this Privacy Policy at any time by updating it on our website. Please check back after some time to see whether your information is being used in a manner that you find objectionable. If you continue to use A Plus Legal Advice after any change, it indicates your acceptance of those changes.


2. Agreement


You agree to our Privacy Policy and the following terms by continuing to use our website.


3. Data which will be collected


At the time we request you to submit your personal information, we should make it clear to you why and how we need your personal information.


We may obtain additional information about you if you communicate with us directly. For example, we might get your name, email address, phone number, the substance of the correspondence, and any files you send to us.


When you create an Account, we may collect your contact information such as name, company name, address, email address, and phone number.


4. How We Utilize Your Personal Data


We make extensive use of the information we obtain, including:



5. Logging Files


The Site A Plus Legal Advice visitors log files in a hasty manner. Log files keep track of visits to websites. This is a common practice among web hosting firms, which are involved in hosting services analytics. Log files collect information such as IP addresses, browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, and referring / exiting pages. The end users are not tracked because they do not have any personal identifiers. The goal of the data is to track user behavior on the website, provide demographic information, and monitor trends.


6. Cookies and Web Beacons


Cookies are used by A Plus Legal Advice, just like any other website. Cookies are used to remember things, such as visitors' preferences and the pages they looked at or visited on the website. Our web page content is modified based on visitors' browser type or other information to improve the users' experience. 


For further information on cookies, please see "What Are Cookies?"


7. Google Double Click DART Cookies


Google is one of the merchants on our A Plus Legal Advice website, which is managed by a third-party vendor. To target advertising to our site, visitors based on their visits to and other Internet sites, it employs cookies, also known as DART cookies. However, visitors may choose to avoid the use of DART cookies by reading the Google advertising and content network Privacy Policy at the following address:


8. Google Analytics 


Cookies and web beacons may be used by Google Analytics on our site. Our advertising partners have their own Privacy Policies for their data usage policies. We hyperlinked to their Privacy Policies below for easier access:


Google Analytics


9. Privacy Policy of Advertising Partner


To discover the Privacy Policy for each of A Plus Legal Advice advertising partners, look up their names in this list. Cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons are a technology used in the advertisements and links that appear on A Plus Legal Advice, which are sent directly to users' browsers by third-party ad servers or ad networks. They are notified of your IP address when this occurs. These technologies are used to evaluate the effectiveness of their advertising strategies and tailor the advertising material that you see on websites that you visit.


Please keep in mind that A Plus Legal Advice has no control over cookies used by third-party advertisers.


10. Privacy Policy of Third Party


A Plus Legal Advice Website's Privacy Policy does not apply to other advertisers or websites. As a result, we recommend that you review the applicable third-party ad servers' privacy policies for further information. It might also include information on how to opt-out of particular choices.


You can either block cookies in your browser settings or deactivate them. To learn more about browser cookie management, you can also find the URLs of each browser's website.


11. Privacy Policy for User Comments 


A Plus Legal Advice Privacy Policy for comments is also describing that we will never share the data of our valued customers and also never hack their accounts. We respect all of our valued customers, but remember always to write sensible comments and also ask us if you have any questions. Our legal services are very effective. If you have commented on our website, then its our responsibility to notify our clients that their comments and data becomes public, so that they could take steps to safeguard it.


Our site, A Plus Legal Advice, will gather various kinds of personal information like names, email addresses, and even images. This clearly defines user comments as a type of data collection and holds website operators accountable for reporting this fact, which is according to regulatory obligations. 


We always read and reply to the user comments. Therefore if you have any questions, then please comment us or use our Contact Us page without hesitation.


12. Children's Data


Another component of our top priority is to provide protection for children who use the Internet. Parents and guardians are encouraged to observe, participate in, monitor and guide their children's online activities.


We do not acquire Personal Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13 as part of our Site, A Plus Legal Advice. If you believe that your child's information has been published on our site, we strongly advise you to contact us right away so that we may take such information off of our records as soon as possible.


13. CCPA Privacy Rights


All users of our website or application have the right under the Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to: