We're likely to help you where one or more of the following applies:
Permission to store your data:
To comply with the Data Protection Act (1988) we must ask for permission to store details of your case and tell you how we use this data. The record of your case will be kept in a shared electronic case management system and paper copies may also be stored. All data is stored securely and only accessed by Sussex Legal Services Ltd, trading as the Free Legal Advice Network. We require your data to book appointments and for lawyers and mediators to complete conflict checks. We require your information to provide our services to you. If you decline to allow us to store the information, we will be unable to assist you. For the purposes of the Data Protection Act the members of Sussex Legal Services Ltd, trading as the Free Legal Advice Network are Data Controllers in common.
Permission to share your data with other advice providers
Everything you tell us will be treated in confidence; however, with your express consent, we may refer you to another organisation for advice, and to help you. To do so, we need you to agree that we can:
Please note that we never share your information with any third party for any reason other than to assist you.
We may contact you about our offers and services in the future.
Sorry, but we are unable to proceed as you have declined to allow us to store your information. If you still want us to help, please go back and select yes to us using and storing your information.
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