Privacy Policy

Last updated January, 2014

Thanks for visiting us online at We appreciate your interest in our firm. We want you to be aware of our policy with respect to your privacy.

Collection of Personal Information

Grantham, Poole, Randall, Reitano, Arrington & Cunningham, PLLC (“GranthamPoole”) only gathers personal information that is voluntarily supplied by you. Such information may include your e-mail address, name, home or work address and telephone number. It may also collect other demographic information such as your age, gender, and zip code. To the extent that you wish to pay online for services, it may also collect certain financial information, including but not limited to your financial institutions, account numbers and credit/debit card information. GranthamPoole may use this information to answer your inquiries or provide you with other information about GranthamPoole and its services. From time to time, GranthamPoole may use such information to advise you of new services, or information concerning items of interest to friends of Grantham Poole. If you would like not to receive such information, you may contact us at the address below.

From time to time, we may use "cookies" in connection with your visits to our site. A cookie is a small piece of information that is placed on your hard disk by a web server. This information will allow us to remember you when you return to our site, to keep track of your information and to otherwise improve your online experience. To the extent that you have provided us with personal information, this information may be associated with cookies left on your hard drive. If you choose, you may set your web browser to decline cookies. However, if you do decline such cookies, you may not be able to experience all features of our website.

Non-Personal Information

From time to time, GranthamPoole may collect certain information about your visit to our site which does not contain any personally identifiable information. This information may include your IP address, browser, access times, and the means by which you arrived at our site. Such information includes particular pages of our website visited by you and links to any third party website you may have visited. This information will allow us to improve our site and keep track of the most popular features of our site. Again, to the extent you have provided personal information in connection with your visit, such information may be linked to cookies or the above non-personal information.

Links To Other Sites

On our site, you are given an opportunity to visit certain other sites not controlled by GranthamPoole. Their privacy policies may be different from ours. If you are interested, you should review their privacy policies. GranthamPoole is not responsible for their privacy policies or any information furnished by them.

Changes In Policy

Periodically, GranthamPoole may change its privacy policy. We suggest that you periodically review this site to determine the manner in which GranthamPoole may use your information.

Contacting Us

If you have any questions concerning GranthamPoole's privacy policy, or if you would like personal information to be removed from our records, or if you would prefer not to receive communications from GranthamPoole or its affiliates, please contact us at GranthamPoole Privacy, 1062 Highland Colony Parkway, Suite 201, Ridgeland, MS 39157.

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Phone: 601-499-2400
Fax: 601-499-2401


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