The goal of is to provide information to our clients and the public. Trusler Legal PLLC does collect certain personal information through this website. The information that we get from the user generally makes the website more useful to the user and allows us to provide more relevant information to them.

Trusler Legal PLLC collects information that you submit via online forms on this website. You may use the online forms to submit questions, register for an email newsletter, request additional information or to request an initial consultation. The information you enter may include, for example, your name, company, address, telephone number and email address.

The information you submit will be retained by Trusler Legal PLLC in a database maintained by Trusler Legal PLLC or its service provider, and will be used by Trusler Legal PLLC to complete your request, such as sending you the additional information that you requested. Trusler Legal PLLC will not share the information with any third party, except as otherwise set forth in this Privacy Policy. Trusler Legal PLLC may share the information if it is necessary to complete your request. Trusler Legal PLLC may also share the information as permitted by law. For example, Trusler Legal PLLC may provide the information in response to a subpoena, a law enforcement or governmental agency request, or a court order.

Trusler Legal PLLC may also use the information retained in the database to communicate with you directly via email or direct mail, such as to inform you about newsworthy topics and other information that may be of interest to you. For example, Trusler Legal PLLC may use your email address to send you the firm's Divorce Question of the Week if you request it. We have security measures in place to prevent the loss, misuse, or alteration of information under our control.

By submitting your email address to Trusler Legal PLLC, you opt-in to receiving email from Trusler Legal PLLC. You may opt-out of receiving further email by contacting optout at (You must replace the ‘at' in the email address prior to sending a message.)

When you visit TruslerLaw. com or any other website, you are identifiable as a unique number, called an IP address. Your IP address is automatically collected. We use this information to analyze web traffic and to learn which pages on our visitors are most interested in and where our visitors are coming from. This information is anonymous and cannot be traced back to a specific individual.

Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be made through a revised posting on the website.

Latest Revision: November 26, 2011