Privacy Policy

Beattie B. Ashmore, P.A. (hereinafter “we,” “us,” or “our”) created this website so that you could learn more about our firm. This Privacy Policy informs you, the user of our website, of our practices in connection with the information that we collect through our website or any other sites that link to it (collectively “websites”). Our websites are intended for informational purposes only. An attorney-client relationship is not created by using our websites or contacting us through our websites. The information contained on our websites is not legal advice.

Personal Information

We may collect information that can be used to identify you, such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, or other information or data (hereinafter “personal information”), if you or your representative provides that personal information to us, for example, if you submit an inquiry through our website or email us. We also may collect personal information about you from a publicly available source. If you link, connect, or login with a third-party provider, the provider may send us information that may include personal information. This information varies and is controlled by those third parties.

We may use your personal information to contact or respond to you or your representative, keep a record of your contact information and communication with us, or to otherwise operate our business or comply with legal requirements and ethical responsibilities.

We also use Google Analytics to help us analyze the traffic on our websites. Google Analytics sends us information that may include personal information.

We do not direct our websites to any children under the age of thirteen. We do not knowingly collect personal information of children under the age of thirteen and will take prompt steps to delete any such personal information.

We do not sell your personal information.


We may use cookies and other similar tracking technologies (hereinafter “cookies”). We may collect information such as information about your browser, pages that you visit on our websites, and how long you view the pages on our websites. We may track the total visitors to our websites and whether visitors to our websites share our websites with others. Cookies may collect personal information.

Non-Personal Information

We may use non-personal information, and aggregate non-personal information, to evaluate and improve our websites, and we may provide this non-personal information to third parties. For example, we may use non-personal information to analyze trends or to administer our websites.