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How We Utilise Cookies

At Nesbit Law Group LLP, we only use Google Analytics Cookies to tell us when a website user fills out one of the many assessment or contact forms, so that we can enhance the userbility of the website. 

How We Do Not Utilise Cookies

We do not use cookies to save any personal information about you, nor do we share any personal information which you provide us with via an online form with any other parties.

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