These Terms and Conditions govern your use of this website.
This website is owned and operated by Faigenbaum Law Pty Ltd ACN 603 881 518, a company incorporated in the State of Victoria.Family Lawyers. Faigenbaum Law is an incorporated legal practice registered with the Legal Services Board Victoria and trading under the name Faigenbaum Family Lawyers (“FFL”).
FFL is authorised to provide legal advice in relation to the laws of Australia. You are responsible for ensuring that your use of this website is in accordance with the laws of the relevant jurisdiction in which you access this website.
All the information on this website is provided in good faith as a summary and general overview only and does not constitute legal advice. FFL does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability , currency and accuracy of this information. FFL is not liable to you or any other person for any losses suffered in connection with the use of this website or in connection with any information contained on this website or any linked websites. Any action you take upon the information on our website is strictly at your own risk.
FFL does not represent or warrant that the website information or linked website information is free of computer viruses. We recommend that any downloaded material be checked for viruses or other defects.
FFL excludes all warranties, representations and implied terms to the extent permitted by applicable laws and is not liable for any damages (including incidental, special and consequential damages) arising from use of the website information or linked website information.
Please be aware that some of our content may constitute an advertisement, which means that there is no guarantee of a similar outcome. Your needs and situation are unique, and each may yield different results.
Your use of this website is not intended to and does not create a solicitor/client relationship between you and FFL. You should not act or rely on the information in this website and you should obtain specific and personalised legal or other professional advice.
We will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of a third party website, or your reliance on any third party material published on our website.
We will not disclose, share, sell or rent your personal information to third parties unless there is a requirement by a law enforcement agency to disclose that information.
Our web server collects the following information for each visitor to the website: date and time of visit; number of pages viewed, number of users, traffic patterns. This information is anonymous and collected for statistical purposes and to evaluate and improve the performance of our website. No attempt is made to identify users.
If you contact us by email, we will record and retain information contained in that email including your name and email address and any other contact information contained in that email. We might contact you from time to time regarding services, articles, announcements etc that you might find useful and of interest. You may opt out from receiving information from us at any time and ask us to remove your contact information from our database.
Any information that has been provided by you as part of our provision of legal services is subject to the applicable legal professional rules.
Copyright to this website and to the information on this site is owned by FFL unless otherwise stated. If you wish to reproduce any of the content please telephone or email us. None of the website information may be reproduced, distributed, adapted, transmitted or stored without the prior written consent of FFL other than as may be permitted by the Copyright Act 1968. You may print or store website information on your personal computer for personal viewing purposes only.
Any trademarks contained on this website remain the sole property of the respective owners and may not be reproduced without the consent of the trademark owner.
This website is operated from the State of Victoria, Australia. By accessing this website you agree to be bound by the laws of Victoria, Australia and consent to any dispute being submitted to a court within this jurisdiction.