Privacy Policy

We will not disclose any information you provide about yourself to any third parties unless we have to do so in the ordinary course of our commercial relationship with you (including, without limitation, for marketing purposes) or to administer this Website. We are aware of and we will comply with our obligations under current data protection legislation in the UK. If you have any questions about our use of your personal details then please contact us at

Use Of Cookies

Our site automatically deploys two cookies on visitors' computers on arrival at our website, provided cookies are not blocked by the vistors' browsers.

One of these cookies allows us to tailor the user experience and is automatically deleted at the end of the browsing session - 30 minutes after leaving the site.

The second cookie we deploy allows us to track visitor statistics and site usage so that we can refine and enhance the visitor experience over time. This cookie automatically deletes after 30 days, it is left in place for the extended period so that we can understand if a visitor has been to our site before.

There has recently been introduced an EC Directive called Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation 2011 - this requires the owners of websites to get specific approval if cookies are deployed.

We are not currently in a position to meet this requirement but are working on a plan that will allow us to comply in the near future.

You can of course restrict or block the cookies used by the Tracey Miller Family Law website through your browser settings. The Help function within your browser should tell you how.

Alternatively, you can visit which provides directions on how to block cookies on all major browsers. This site also explains how you can delete cookies that have already been stored on your computer as well as general information about cookies.

You should be aware though that restricting cookies may impact on the functionality of the websites you visit.