Privacy Policy

DATA PROTECTION 

In accordance with current regulations on data protection made up of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 General Data Protection and Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights, Next, we inform you of some questions about the treatment of your personal information through this website.

1.- Who is the Data Controller?

The person responsible for processing the personal data that you provide through this website is Lorenzo Estarellas, with professional address in Palma de Mallorca, Spain and email address lorenzoestarellas@gmail.com

2.- Use of your data and legal basis of legitimacy.

The personal information you provide us may be treated with the following and legitimacy:

* Web contact form: There is a contact form on the web through which you can make inquiries, make suggestions or start a professional contact. The purpose of this treatment is to be able to offer you a response to your messages. The basis of the legitimation is your consent.

* Cookies: As long as you authorize it, by clicking a  "Accepting the use" in the section that appears at the bottom of the web, we will collect and store data in an automated way referring to your browsing with a specific purpose. analytics. This data is collected anonymously, that is, the service used has been configured to give an "anonymous" content to the user's IP only by importing their behavior, not their identity. For more information, visit our Cookies Policy. The legal basis is your consent.

3.- Term of conservation of your data.

Your personal data will be kept with due confidentiality while the professional relationship between user/client – lawyer is maintained and, as long as the interested person does not request its deletion and, where appropriate, for a period not exceeding 5 years, to counting from the end of the professional lawyer-client relationship.

However, the person in charge may keep, duly blocked, the data to meet administrative or judicial responsibilities derived from the treatment.

4.- Recipient of your data.

In general, the data controller will not transfer your personal data to third parties, with the exception that this is necessary for the purposes of contractual processing, is required by law or has been previously authorized.

5.- Rights of the interested parties.

The user may exercise at any time, under the terms established in current legislation, the rights of access, rectification or deletion of data, request that the treatment be limited, oppose it, request the portability of their data, rights recognized in the aforementioned Regulation, as well as, revoke the consent given without affecting the legality of the treatment carried out prior to its withdrawal.

The exercise of these rights can be done by the Data Controller at his office address or by sending an email, both specified at the beginning of this Policy.

For the effective exercise of these rights, the user must prove their identity by providing their name and surnames, a photocopy of the DNI or valid identity document, indicating the request in which their request is made, address for the purposes of notifications and date and signature of the applicant.

Likewise, the user may complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency, especially when they have not obtained satisfaction in the exercise of their rights, by writing to the address located at Calle Jorge Juan, 6, CP 28001- Madrid; or through the web  https://www.aepd.es

6.- Obligations and responsibilities.

Those data requested in the forms marked as mandatory (*) must be completed by the interested party. Otherwise, it is likely that the Controller will not be able to offer the corresponding service. Those data that are not marked as mandatory, should not be filled in if you do not wish to do so.

In the event that you provide us with data from third parties, you are responsible for having obtained their consent, that the data is correct and truthful, and for having informed them of the points contained in this Policy.

Likewise, you are responsible for ensuring that the data you provide us with is accurate and truthful, committing yourself to notify us of any changes to these and, reserving the right to exclude from the services any interested party who has provided false data, and without prejudice to be able to initiate those actions that proceed by law.

7.- Security measures.

The Data Controller undertakes to store and manage the personal data and information collected through this website with due secrecy, adopting the necessary measures to guarantee its security, integrity and confidentiality in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation. .

8.- Modifications of this Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to review and update this privacy policy at any time due to legislative or jurisprudential changes.