Cookie statement

1. Introduction

Tillid advocaten makes use of own cookies that we manage in our own name (own party cookies) as well as cookies managed or placed by third parties (third party cookies). Tillid advocaten informs you in this cookie policy about the use and purpose of these cookies.

2. What are cookies

As administrator of this website, Tillid advocaten makes use of so-called ‘cookies’. Cookies are small data or text files that are installed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website or use a (mobile) application that stores certain user information. Cookie files contain unique codes that, for example, allow your browser to recognise you when you visit our website and thus improve your user experience.

Cookies have an expiration date depending on whether they are session cookies or permanent cookies. Session cookies contain information that is used within your current browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Permanent cookies are used to store information between visits to the website. This data enables the website to recognise you as a returning visitor and therefore respond accordingly, for example by storing your language preferences. Permanent cookies have a longer lifespan which is determined by the website.

Since cookies are also personal data, this cookie policy should be read in conjunction with our privacy policy, which you can consult at The processing of personal data is subject to European Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and to the Act of 30 July 2018 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data.

3. Why does this website use cookies

There are different types of cookies, depending on their functionality, origin and/or storage period.

Tillid advocaten mainly uses functional (necessary) cookies to make the website work optimally and are technically necessary for the proper functioning and security of the website. This improves the user experience of the visitors.

In addition, Tillid advocaten uses non-functional cookies that are placed for statistical or commercial purposes. Tillid advocaten uses cookies for analytical purposes so that visits to the website can be measured. These cookies show how the website is used. For example, we know how many times a certain page is read, how much time someone spends on our website, etc. Statistical analyses are made of the information we receive in this way. These statistical results allow us to improve the structure, navigation and content of our website and related services. We also use this data to report in a general manner on our services or in the context of surveys in which we participate. No personal data will be passed on. The consent of each visitor is required for the placement of these cookies.

By disabling cookies, certain parts of the website may not function optimally, and certain functionalities and services may not be used.

Below is a list of all cookies used on this website.

4. Which Cookies does this website use

Functional cookies

  • Name: tillid_cookienotice
  • Type: functional cookie
  • Expiration date: 90 days
  • Aim: This cookie appears when the user agrees to the cookie statement

Non-functional cookies

  • Currently there are no non-functional cookies in use

5. Disabling and deleting cookies

With all common browsers you can check the settings or options or indicate which cookies you allow. If you cannot find these settings, please consult the help function of your browser. Through your browser, you can view and delete the current cookies on your computer and choose not to accept them in the future.

By disabling cookies, certain parts of the website may not function optimally, and certain functionalities and services may not be used.

6. Changes to this cookie policy

From time to time it may be necessary to change this Cookie Policy, for example in case of use of new functionalities on our website.  We therefore reserve the right to amend the Cookie Policy.

Changes will be published on the website.  We therefore recommend that you return to our website regularly to check whether there are any changes.

The Cookie Statement was last amended on 20/03/2020.

7. Contact

If you have any questions or comments, please contact

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