Terms of Use

These terms apply to your access and use of the Stephenson Law website. You should also review the ‘Visitor to our website’ section of our Privacy Policy which explains what personal data we collect when you use our website.

By accessing our website, you acknowledge that these terms are legally binding. If you don’t agree with any of these terms, you should stop accessing and using our website.

Please note that no sale of products or services take place on our website. Any agreement to provide legal services will be governed by our Terms of Business.

You can find out more about us, how we’re regulated and how we’re insured on our Regulatory Information page.

Accessing our website: We reserve the right to suspend the operation of our website at any time. We may also restrict access to some parts of our website to users who have registered with us.

Accessibility: We want to ensure that our website is as accessible as possible. If you’ve any difficulties using our website, please let us know by emailing hello@stephenson.law.

Changes to our website: We updated our website regulatory and may change the content at any time. If we update any existing content, we’ll bring this to your attention at the top of the relevant page.

Copyright and intellectual property: All copyright and other intellectual property rights in our website and its content (including logos, illustrations, text and videos) belong to us or our licensors. Unless we say otherwise, all rights are reserved. If you’re in any doubt about whether you can use anything on our website, please contact us for clarification.

External links: We have no control over, and don’t accept any responsibility for, the content of any third party website. If we link to any third party website, this doesn’t mean that we endorse or recommend the organisation which operates it.

Linking to content on our website: You can create links to any content on our website, however you mustn’t do so in any way which is misleading or suggests any relationship between us where one doesn’t exist. We’re not obliged to notify you if any content you’ve linked to has been updated, moved or deleted.

Passwords: If you need a username or password to access any part of our website you agree to: ensure that any details provided to us are accurate; keep your username or password confidential; and let us know promptly if you believe that your username or password has been compromised. We may terminate your access to any password-protected areas of our website at any time, if we believe that your use of our website is affecting the security and stability of our website or is detrimental to other users.

Reliance on content: Our website, and content published on it, is for information purposes only. Even though we’re a regulated law firm, it doesn’t constitute legal advice on which you should rely. The law changes regularly and while we aim to ensure that any content is correct at the time it is published, we can’t guarantee that it will continue to be correct at the time you access it. We don’t accept any liability or responsibility of any nature, arising from any reliance placed by you or anyone else on the content published on our website. To the maximum extent permitted by law, we exclude our liability for direct, indirect or consequential loss.

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T: 0117 244 0056
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Contact Us 

T: 0117 244 0056
E: hello@stephenson.law

Address:
Desklodge House, Redcliffe Way
Bristol, BS1 6NL

Head to our social pages
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