PRIVACY

Protecting client and potential client privacy on the internet is extremely important to Hoeft Law. Hoeft Law does not share, sell, or exchange information collected from our site with other non-affiliated organizations except that your limited registration information of your Client Page may be provided: (1) to a third-party service provider (MyCase by AppFolio, Inc.) in order to provide the virtual law office client portal service you requested; OR (2) as is required by law. This website collects site access information on the pages contained in this website. Hoeft Law uses the information gathered to improve this website. Information gathered is used to measure activity such as: number of visits, average time spent on the site, pages viewed, etc. Any information collected through on-line forms is for the purpose of attracting and communicating with clients and interested parties.

General Site

To view the articles and public documents on this site you do not need to reveal any personal information. This site may present your browser with the option of accepting JavaScript and cookies in order to lay out the webpage correctly and to store customized settings for your next visit. These features may be disabled by your browser, however this will limit the look and functionality of the website. All page requests are logged in order to properly maintain the service and security of this website.

Virtual Law Office

In order to use the Client Page of Hoeft Law, you must first register a username, password and provide limited personal information about yourself. This information will be used during your transactions with Hoeft Law to provide limited legal services in compliance with Wisconsin law, as applicable. Your limited registration information may be provided to a third-party (MyCase by AppFolio, Inc.) in order to provide the virtual law office client portal service you requested. All other use of any further personal information will be limited to your attorney-client relationship with Hoeft Law. The client portal uses cookies to store a session id. Therefore, in order to register on the website, cookies must be enabled so that Hoeft Law can provide you with a secure transaction.