This website does not collect personal information about you or other visitors to this website unless you choose to provide it to us.  In other words, this website currently does not use “cookies” or other tracking tools, but rather, keeps track only generally of traffic patterns within the website for purposes of determining ways to make it more useful to you.  Where you choose to make information available to us, that information will be used solely to respond to your inquiries and will not be supplied to any third party unless you explicitly request that we do so.

In the event that Barhydt Law elects to change its policy regarding the collection of personal information, it may do so without advance notice.  Should such a change in policy be effectuated, however, the firm will post this new policy on its website and will allow you and other visitors to opt out of the collection of personal information at that time.