Privacy Policy

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Please read our Privacy Policy carefully before using the website, (“Site”) operated by Kilikitas Law, including its’ employees, officers, directors, affiliates, agents and representatives, (“we”, “us”, “our”). 

We value your personal data and strive to protect and apply all the reasonable measures to keep your personal information secure. Our firm regularly reviews its data protection practices to comply with applicable laws and regulations. 

1. Data Protection Policy

1.1 This Privacy Policy sets out our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal data we receive from users of the Site. This Privacy Policy is incorporated into our Terms and Conditions, and therefore governs your use of our Site. By using by using, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with our Privacy Policy. 

1.2 The term “personal data” in this Privacy Policy shall mean any information that identifies or could reasonably be used to identify an individual. 

1.3 This Privacy Policy has been prepared in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). 

1.4 If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy please contact us at

2. Information collection and processing

2.1 When providing legal services or any other interaction with our firm, we may collect personal information that may be (automatically or not) processed, organized, amended, retrieved, used, disclosed, transferred to third-parties or erased. Personal data will always be processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner complying with the applicable laws. Personal data are collected only for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes. 

Information collected or processed may consist of (but is not restricted to):

i. contact details (e.g. name, email and postal address, phone numbers, etc.);
ii. payment data, including but not limited to information necessary for processing payments and fraud prevention, credit/debit card numbers, security code numbers and other related billing information; 
iii. data required to meet legal and regulatory requirements, particularly in relation to Anti-Money Laundering legislation (“AML”); 
iv. financial information including but not limited to, financial wealth, source of funds, tax status, etc.;
v. data collected from publicly available resources, integrity databases and credit agencies where associated with the requested services; 
vi. special categories of personal information;
vii. other personal data relevant to our services or interaction; 
viii. details created or received in the course of our interaction.

3. Collection and Use of the information

3.1 Collection of personal data may be collected:

i. as part of our client’s acceptance policy when you seek our services
ii. when you request information from us
iii. when you use the Site or via cookies, server logs or other similar technologies 
iv. from authorities or other third-parties or publicly available sources or from our affiliated companies and associates, where appropriate and in compliance with the applicable laws 

3.2 The personal data collected will be used:

i. to provide and enhance our services to you and to our clients, including but not limited to, handling personal data of third-parties on behalf of our clients,
ii. to fulfill our legal obligations 
iii. or marketing purposes including legal updates, publications, news and events on the basis of your and/or our clients’ consent
iv. any other legitimate business purpose or any other relevant or ancillary purpose to the above
v. any other purpose agreed by or notified to you and/or our clients

4. Your rights

Personal information is protected at all stages of data processing and being safely kept by us under the strict requirements emanating from the GDPR. Data shall not be used for any other purposes, apart from those associated with your requests. Those will be erased when no longer needed in relation to your requested services.

5. Amendments

We reserve the right to amend or remove the Privacy Policy or any part of it at any time without notice (temporarily or permanently) and you confirm that we shall not be liable to you for any loss or damage resulting from such change or removal. We encourage you to review the Site periodically to keep up to date with any updates.

6. Access to information

The vast majority of Personal Data is stored electronically and access is carefully managed and appropriately restricted. Any hard copies of processed Personal Data are held in secure cabinets with restricted access. Please note that information received over the internet or from personal emails may not always be secure. Thereafter Kilikitas Law shall not liable for corrupted information received from unreliable sources.

7. Contact information

If you have any questions about our Terms or suggestions on how we can improve our website or if you have any issues accessing the Site, contact us at