Privacy Policy

Collection and Use of Personal Information

At Legally Canadian, we value your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal information. This privacy policy outlines how we collect, use, disclose, and secure your personal data in various use cases, including anonymous website visitors, consultation bookings, and retained clients.

Anonymous Website Visitors

When you visit our website anonymously, we may use cookies, pixel tags, and related technologies for analytics purposes only. These technologies help us improve our website’s functionality and user experience. They do not collect personally identifiable information (PII) unless you voluntarily provide it.

We may use cookies and pixel tags for marketing purposes, which includes optimizing the content you see on our website and improving the relevance of our communications.

Consultation Bookings

When you book and pay for a consultation, we collect the following personal information:
 – Your full name
 – Email address
 – Payment information (processed securely through Stripe)

We collect this information to facilitate consultation bookings, process payments, and communicate with you about your appointment. Your payment information is securely processed by Stripe, and we do not store your payment details.

Retained clients

When you sign a retainer to become a client of Legally Canadian, we collect additional personal information as it pertains to your case.

We use this information to provide legal services, represent your interests, and ensure compliance with relevant legal requirements. This information is subject to attorney-client privilege.


By providing your personal information, you consent to its collection, use, and disclosure as described in this policy. You may revoke your consent at any time, but this may impact our ability to provide certain services.

Storage and Security

We sometimes need to share your personal information with third-party tools and services. These help us with things like accounting, storage, and productivity. We only use reputable service providers and we take steps to ensure that these third parties protect your information and use it only for the purposes we specify.

Additionally, as a licensed law firm we are required to submit to an occasional audit by the Law Society of Upper Canada. This may give temporary access to your information to the auditor. We want to assure you that this is a standard procedure and is done to ensure we’re conducting our practice in a compliant manner.

Policy Updates

This privacy policy may be updated periodically. Continued use of our services implies acceptance of any changes. Significant updates will be communicated to you.

Contact Information

If you have questions or concerns about your privacy or wish to exercise your rights, please email our privacy contact at

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