Cookies Policy – Phoenix Wills & Probate

To ensure our website functions correctly, we will at times, place small data files known as ‘cookies’ on your device. This is something that most large websites do as standard.

What are cookies?

‘Cookies’ are small text files that a website saves to the user’s device, such as a computer or mobile device, when the user visits the website. It allows the website to remember the user’s actions and preferences over a period of time, such as; login, display preferences, language etc. Allowing the user to utilise and navigate the website without having to re-enter details or change settings. Even when returning to the site, providing a more streamline service for the user.

How we use cookies?

Loving Life After 50’s website and pages use cookies on your device to remember:

  • Your display preferences such as; font size, contrast and magnification
  • If you have agreed to our website’s cookies policy
  • If you have agreed to our website’s terms and conditions for use
  • Your site survey and pop-up display notifications (so you will not be asked again)
  • Your Loving Life After 50 login details

Some media within the Loving Life After 50 website such as videos, advertisements and audio use cookies to anonymously collect data relating to how users found the media, and what other media has been viewed.

Enabling cookies on the Loving Life After 50 website, is not strictly necessary for the website to function. However, it will provide the user with a better browsing experience. Users can delete or block these cookies, but this may impact the functionality of some features of this website.

Cookie-related data is not used to identify users personally and all data gathered by our systems in under our full control. These cookies will not be used for any other purpose, other than those described in this policy.

Cookies Options

Users can control and/or delete cookies at their discretion. Cookies settings can be controlled through an internet browser and most browsers will have a setting to prevent cookies being placed on the user’s device. However, adjusting these setting may require the user to manually adjust some preferences each time they visit the website, and some services and functions may not work.