Privacy Policy

Because Divorce Communications (herein after “Our”, “We” or “Us”) is dedicated to maintaining the privacy of its online community, we have put the following privacy policy in place. Please review to learn how we are protecting our community.

Coverage of Policy

This policy covers the treatment by Divorce Communications of the personally identifiable information that We collect on Our website when you use www.DivorceCommunications.com. The policy also covers Our treatment of any personally identifiable information that Our business partners share with Us. This policy does not apply to, nor cover, the practices of companies that the Divorce Communications website does not own or control, or to the people that We do not employ, manager or control.

Collection and Use of Information

Divorce Communications collects personally identifiable information when you register for an account through Our website, when you use certain services or products on Our website, when you visit Our website pages and when you enter any promotions, sweepstakes or take advantage of any offers.
Divorce Communications is a website designed to help the management of the family during divorce or separation through many features and services. These services cover a variety of aspects of familial interaction including scheduling, health, finances and communication, among others. While certain information may be necessary for the use of one feature or service, it may not be necessary for the use of others. It is not mandated that you use every service this site has to offer or provide information for services you will not use. You may pick and choose which services you want to use. Please be aware that once you register with Divorce Communications and register to use Our services, you are no longer anonymous to Us. The Divorce Communications website also receives and records information on our server logs from your web browser. This information includes, but is not limited to, your IP address, Divorce Communications cookie information and the page(s) you requested. Divorce Communications website uses information to customize the content you see, to fulfill your requests for certain products and services, to provide electronic notification services for events in your calendar and schedules, to transfer money electronically between parties, to have a record of documents available for printing, to provide billing information to the Divorce Communications accounting department and to operate other essential functions of the website.

Sharing of Information and Disclosure

Divorce Communications will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone. 2 Please be aware that Divorce Communications will send personally identifiable information about you to other companies, people or entities when (1) We have to respond to court orders, subpoenas or other legal processes requiring disclosure, (2) We discover that your actions, or actions taken using your personal account and login, violate the Divorce Communications Terms and Conditions of use, (3) We have your consent to share the information, (4) We must share the information to provide the product, service or transaction you requested, or (5) We need to send the information to companies, vendors or service providers who work on behalf of Our website to provide products, services or transactions to you. Unless it is otherwise explicitly stated, these companies do not have any rights to use the identifiable information we provide to them beyond what is necessary to accomplish the necessary task or in accordance and conforming to your specific request.


Divorce Communications may set and access Divorce Communications cookies on your computer. Our website allows other companies that are presenting advertisements on some of our pages to set and access their cookies on your computer. When another company places a cookie on your computer, it is subject to the privacy policy of that company, not this privacy policy or any policy associated with Divorce Communications. Advertisers and other companies and service providers do not have access to Our website’s cookies.

Account Information and Preferences

Divorce Communications provides you the ability to edit your account information and preferences at any time, for any reason. This includes your decision to receive information and special promotions, advertisements and new products from either Us or any of Our partners. If, at any time, you decide to discontinue your use of Divorce Communications, you may request that any and all personal identification information submitted to the website be deleted. However, if there is a court order or other legal proceeding mandating the preservation of any information, that information shall not be deleted.
In the event you would like your information deleted in accordance with the above mentioned restrictions, please send a written request addressed to “Webmaster-Divorce Communications” at info@divorcecommunications.com


The information you submit to Divorce Communications is protected for your privacy, security and safety. Because of the sensitive nature of the information, including personal, health and financial information, this website uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security.

Changes to Policy

Divorce Communications may amend this policy from time to time with or without notice. If we make a substantial change in the way we use your personal or financial information, we will notify the users of the site by making a conspicuous posting on one of our pages. If you are no 3 longer a user of the site, you will not receive notice of the changes, even if your information is still stored on our website.


Should you have any questions or suggestions, please send an e-mail to: info@divorcecommunications.com