Terms Of Use

Use and access to www.morningtonfamilylawyer.com.au and all its pages and subdomains, (“the website”) is subject to our privacy policy and the following terms. These terms are governed by the laws of Victoria and may be amended without prior notice from time to time. Any use of Mornington Family Lawyer’s website by you constitutes acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Modifications to these Terms and Conditions will be effective immediately and any subsequent use by you of this website will constitute your acceptance of the modifications and the then-current terms and conditions of use of this website. Mornington Family Lawyers may, without notice, terminate or suspend this website or any part of the website at any time.

Copyright

The website content is subject to copyright protection under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). Except for personal and educational use or as otherwise permitted by law, we require written permission to copy, reproduce, adapt, alter or distribute the website content.

Disclaimer

All website content is of a general nature.  It is not intended nor should it be construed or relied upon as legal advice. All visitors to the website should always obtain independent legal advice or other professional advice as appropriate to their specific circumstances before acting or relying on any of the website content. No relationship of client and solicitor is created by the use and access to the website. To the extent permitted by law, Mornington Family Lawyers expressly exclude all conditions and warranties (including warranties as to merchantability, non-infringement of intellectual property or any other rights or fitness for a particular purpose), guarantees, rights and remedies, liabilities and other terms that may be implied by custom, statute or common law in relation to any information or materials on this website or any websites linked to this website.

Limitation Of Liability

We exclude any liability for loss or damage of any kind and however arising from the use and access to the website, including but not limited to, any use or reliance upon the website content, or the transmission of any computer malware or viruses, to the maximum extent permitted by law. Where legislation implies a condition or warranty into these terms of use which may not lawfully be excluded, then to the maximum extent permitted by law, our liability for breach of the condition or warranty will at our option be limited to the supply of the services again, or the payment of the cost of having them supplied again. The website content is liable to change. While we endeavour to ensure that the website content is current and up-to-date, we do not guarantee or make any representations as to the accuracy, currency or suitability of the website content, including any links or references to information on third party websites.

Cookies

The website uses cookies to track your access and use of the website. Any personal information collected will only be used by us in accordance with our privacy policy. This website uses cookies to identify visitors to this site, gather statistical information, store user preferences, activity, and session information. Mornington Family Lawyers use cookies to improve security, enhance website functionality and improve its services. By using this website, you are consenting to Mornington Family Lawyer’s you can disable cookies in your browser settings. However, adjusting these settings may affect the functionality of this website. Information stored in cookies can include:

The identity of the page or services you are requesting;
The type of browser or operating system in use;
Time and date of access; and
The internet address of the website from which you navigated from to reach our website.

Cookies do not store personal information such as:

Your name;
Email addresses;
Phone numbers.

Mornington Family Lawyers use web analytics and session recording technology provided by third party service providers such as Google Analytics. These services use cookies to assist us to understand how visitors access and utilise our site. For more information see Standards Australia’s Privacy Policy.