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Disclaimer, Copyright and Privacy Statement
This statement sets out how we may collect and use information via our website.
Individual visits to our website are monitored in order that we can ensure the website is easy to navigate and in order to make general improvement to our Website and its services. We also monitor areas of particular interest to visitors.
Information collected from our website will not identify your individual details unless you provide information by way of our Contact Form. We will not provide any information collected from individuals to any third parties unless express consent is given. Match Solicitors is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.
Details contained within the site are for information purposes only; they do not amount to legal advice under any circumstances.
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We do not use any long term Cookies to store information on your device. We do use in-session cookies to transmit data should you complete the Contact Form on our website; the data entered on the form is not stored by us via Cookies.
All liability is excluded with regard to any loss or damage which may arise in connection with the use of or reliance upon any materials and information appearing on Match Solicitors website.
This disclaimer, copyright and privacy statement is governed by English law.
“ I wouldn’t hesitate to use your firm again in the future, and will also happily recommend you to others requiring help. ”
“ Match Solicitors would definitely be my first choice, when I need to work with solicitors, who are specialists in education Law. ”
“ Match Solicitors were highly recommended to us not only for their undisputed comprehensive knowledge of the SEN legal minefield, but for their understanding of autism and other disorders and consequent compassionate work ethic. Their diligence and consummate professionalism ensured that the Local Authority were forced to take our son’s case seriously. It is almost impossible to articulate how grateful we are to Rishi and Anita for their hard work and dedication. ”