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- Statutory Rights
Your statutory rights as a consumer are not affected by these terms and conditions.
- Terms and Conditions Agreement
Click-Divorce.co.uk is the trading name of click-divorce.co.uk.
- This agreement governs the use of the Click Divorce UK website, including all associated forms, documents and services provided by Click-Divorce UK as a direct result from the use of this site. Click Divorce reserves the right to modify all or part of this agreement at any time. By using the Click-Divorce website and services you agree your binding acceptance of these terms and conditions, including any changes or modifications made by Click-Divorce UK as detailed above.
click-divorce.co.uk and its staff agree to provide help and advice covering the use of this site and the associated documentation provided. Click-Divorce, however, does not provide direct legal advice to its customers in relation to their divorce proceedings.
- Information and content
The information and content of the Click-Divorce website shall remain the property of Click-Divorce at all times. You may not transfer, copy or reproduce any content from this site. No content from this site shall be sold nor content reused in any way that would be profitable to you as an individual or your organisation.
Click-Divorce and its staff shall in no way be liable for any financial loss during or after your divorce case as a result of using our service. In general Click-Divorce UK does not accept any responsibility or liability for any losses incurred.
click-divorce.co.uk is committed to protecting the identity and privacy of our users. We will only use information collected in the process in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Click-Divorce will not use or reuse any customer details, nor will we ever pass on or sell such information to any third parties. Click-Divorce does not hold any details relating to credit/debit cards, though the third-party merchant service provider may retain this.