This page discusses the privacy practices of Turning 18. We want to make sure you understand how we store and use information. This page will discuss and walk you through the following areas: 1. Information collected from visitors through our self-help forms. We also cover how we use this information, and who we share it with. 2. Where we store the information our visitors provide, and how often we delete it to protect their privacy. Information Collection, Use, and Sharing We only collect information that our visitors voluntarily provide through our self-help forms, or through any emails and contact requests sent to us. We use the information from our self-help forms to generate pre-filled legal documents that are emailed to our visitors at their request. Any information that is sent to us by email or contact requests will only be used to respond back to the sender. We will never give or sell our visitors information to anyone else. It is only used to generate pre-filled legal documents to assist with guardian advocate cases in the state of Florida. Information Storage and Retention When information is given to us using our self-help forms, the data is temporarily stored by our technology partners. This is necessary for us to perform our magic and generate perfect pre-filled documents that can be emailed to our visitors. Every week the information stored with our technology partners is deleted. This makes sure that our visitors' data is not stored longer than needed. The only information that exists after the weekly deletions is a list of email addresses for visitors that have filled out our forms.
We do not store any personal information ourselves, so once it has been deleted from our partners it is gone for good! If you have any questions or concerns you can contact us at email@example.com