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1.2. Copyright and Links
The materials published on this website are, unless otherwise stated, the copyright works of the Association of Family Law Supervisors. You may not reproduce, store or introduce into a retrieval system or transmit in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording or otherwise) any of the materials published on this website without the prior written consent of FLiP Faculty Ltd, on behalf of the Association of Family Law Supervisors.
You may not republish any content or material available on our website on any other public website or alerter service without the prior written consent of FLiP Faculty Ltd, on behalf of the Association of Family Law Supervisors. You may not create a link to any part of our website, without our prior written consent, which can be requested by contacting email@example.com. No other use of the materials published on this website is permitted without the express prior written consent of FLiP Faculty Ltd, on behalf of the Association of Family Law Supervisors.
2. Cookies & Google Analytics
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3. Appointing a Family Law Supervisor
When you instruct a Family Law Supervisor this is a direct contract with them. They will provide you with a written term of engagement.
All Supervisors, who are members of the Association are expected to work within the Code of Conduct.
Neither the Association of Family Law Supervisors nor FLiP Faculty Ltd, who manage this site on behalf of the Association, can accept liability for any other costs, expenses or losses related to the performance of a Supervisor.
4. Complaints Policy
All members of the Association of Family Law Supervisors are committed to providing exceptional care and support. Whilst every effort is taken to provide exceptional service, sometimes concerns arise.
In line with the Supervisor Terms of Engagement, in the first instance, please bring any grievances or complaints directly to your Supervisor. They will agree a meeting with you free of charge to try and reach a satisfactory resolution.
Should this fail, please take your complaint to the Practice Manager of FLiP Faculty who will attempt to help you reach a satisfactory outcome by arranging a procedure facilitated by a non-involved professional mediator. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Website Management
This website is managed by FLiP Faculty Ltd on behalf of the Association of Family Law Supervisors
Personal data is processed in accordance with GDPR Regulations and not sold to third parties.
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