Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. This Online Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”) explains “Hekmat Law & Mediation P.C.” (“Hekmat Law”) online information practices and your related choices.

Our use of cookies improves website functionality and performance and allows us to analyze website data and enable social media features. We always respect the privacy of our clients and have prepared the below to detail how and why we use your data. We may collect and use information you submit to us via e-mail or any web forms. We may also collect information your browser provides to us regarding your use of our website, including time of visit, duration, and preferred pages, available to us via Google Analytics. We never share or sell any of this information to third parties (unless required to do so by law). If you are a client of the Firm, please consider calling your Hekmat Law attorney before using the website to transmit correspondence. We cannot guarantee the security of information you transmit via the web, and we expressly disclaim any liability for, any loss, misuse, or modification of such personal or confidential information.

The office of Hekmat Law (the “Firm”) is located in the State of California and its attorneys are licensed to practice law by the State Bar of California.

The Firm has prepared these web pages for informational purposes only, to permit you to learn about the Firm’s services and the backgrounds and experiences of its attorneys. You should not rely on any content of these pages for legal advice, nor should you regard such content as a substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney licensed in your state. Transmission of these pages is not intended to create, and receipt of any of these pages does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. The Firm does not seek to represent anyone based solely on a visit to its web pages.

To the extent the Firm provides links to other websites, it is as a convenience only. The Firm is not responsible for the content of websites maintained by others, and it does not endorse or approve the content of any linked site.

The Rules of Professional Conduct of California may require these web pages be identified as a “communication” made by or on behalf of a member of the State Bar of California, and they are hereby so identified.


We process personal information that is subject to EU data protection laws (including those implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”), and encompasses personal information about our website users. Although we never automatically add website users to our mailing lists, we do use mailing lists to communicate with our clients and prospective clients.

Use of Cookies

Our website uses cookies (or alphanumeric identifiers) to distinguish you from other users of the website. Enabling them may allow you to have a unique experience, however, you can still enjoy our site without enabling cookies which, when enabled, do not necessarily collect any personal data.

Newsletters, mailing lists, and direct marketing

We use third-party services to transmit newsletters to clients and prospective clients of the firm. If you have previously authorized us to send you such correspondence, you will always have the option to “opt out.”

In cases, where you opt-in to be contacted by an attorney on content downloads by selecting “Yes” to the question “Would you like an attorney to contact you for legal help with your matter?”, we may share your details with an attorney that can help you in your identified State of residence or case.

For further information about this policy, or specific questions about how we use your data, please contact us using our contact form.