Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to Privacy

We know privacy is important and that is why we have made our online information practices transparent.

Information Collected by Simple Divorce

This Privacy Policy is applicable to all information and data collected on

Listed below are some of the types of information that may be collected through our website:

  • Names
  • Addresses
  • Email addresses
  • Phone numbers
  • Family information
  • Your information
  • Your spouse’s information
  • Information about your children
  • Information about your marriage and the circumstances of your divorce

How we use the information provided

The information we collect is used by our lawyer to advise you regarding your legal rights and options.  Information provided to us through this website is held in strict confidence and is not shared by any outside party unless you provide your permission to do so to assist with the preparation and filing of your divorce.

Commitment to Data Security

To prevent illegal access and to ensure the correct use of information provided, Simple Divorce has put into place procedures to keep data collected online safe and secure.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our privacy policy please call us at (416) 901-7992.

Simple Divorce

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Toronto, ON M3J 2V5

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Saturday 10AM – 4PM

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