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Privacy policy

Tenn Mediators is devoted to maintaining your privacy and preserving it. Please take the time to thoroughly read the following information. This privacy notice describes how Tenn Mediators and the mediators with whom we collaborate will collect, store, utilise, and distribute the personal information you give during family mediation.

We do not require explicit agreement to retain your data because it is in our ‘legitimate interest’ to do so.

We gather and maintain just the information necessary to process your case.

  • This data will be stored in one of two locations.
  • Google Workspace for the Tenn Mediators
  • The database of Tenn Mediators
  • Your entire name, email address, phone number, and home address will be stored in both systems.
  • Any additional information you supply to the mediator as part of their job will be saved in the Google Workspace file linked with your case.
  • If you have any questions about special category data, please contact the mediator at your MIAM (initial session) or through email at [email protected].

Your data will be maintained for the following period of time:

  • Accounting and administrative systems – six years in cases where mediation was initiated; if mediation was not initiated, your information will be deleted 12 months after the date of your MIAM.

We do not disclose any information with other parties unless we are required to do so by law.

  • A kid is considered to be at high risk of damage if
  • The mediator believes you are the beneficiary of criminal proceeds
  • You have consented to us referring you to an outside agency.

The mediator treats the precise data presented to him or her during the MIAM and in your financial statement as totally private and sensitive. This information is not shared with any other third party. This information is accessible to both the mediator and the firm.

If your mediation is successful, the following documents will be created: a Child Arrangements Plan, a Memorandum of Understanding, and an Open Financial Statement.

  • May be read by other Tenn Mediators parties, since these materials undergo quality assurance before to distribution.
  • Upon mutual agreement, we may share your information with your solicitor and/or financial adviser.

All data collected by our mediator is considered important, appropriate, and restricted to what is necessary; at any time, you may request access to the data kept on you via a Subject Access Request; you have the following rights:

  • To get information
  • To be able to access the data
  • To rectify the data kept
  • On the subject of erasing
  • To impose restrictions on processing
  • To the mobility of data
  • To raise an objection
  • To be immune from automated decision-making processes, including profiling

We may contact you to provide feedback on the service provided by Tenn Mediators.

Your personal information will never be given to a third party for marketing or commercial reasons.