Privacy Policy

This document serves as the Privacy Notice pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties (the “LFPDP”) and the provisions emanating from or related to it. This Privacy Notice (hereinafter referred to as “Notice”) applies to personal information collected about the Holder by Estrategias Jurídicas, in its capacity as Responsible, and the internet portal, which is responsible for the use and protection of your personal data, regarding which we inform you of the following:

What purposes will we use your personal data for?

The personal data we collect from you will be used for the following purposes that are necessary for the service you request:

– To verify and confirm your identity.
– To manage and operate the legal services you contract with us.

Additionally, we will use your personal information for the following secondary purposes that are not necessary for the requested service, but which allow us and facilitate providing you with better attention:

– Quality evaluation in care and service.
– Dissemination of information related to the legal services we offer.
– Marketing or advertising.
– Commercial prospecting.

In case you do not want your personal data to be used for these secondary purposes, please indicate below:

– I do not consent to my personal data being used for the following purposes:

[ ] To verify and confirm your identity.
[ ] To manage and operate the legal services you contract with us.
[ ] Marketing or advertising.

The refusal to use your personal data for these purposes will not be a reason for us to deny you the services and products you request or contract with us.

What personal data will we use for these purposes?

To carry out the purposes described in this privacy notice, we will use the following personal data:

– Identification data
– Contact data

How can you access, rectify or cancel your personal data, or oppose its use?

You have the right to know what personal data we have about you, what we use it for, and the conditions of use we give it (Access). It is also your right to request the correction of your personal information if it is outdated, inaccurate, or incomplete (Rectification); to have it removed from our records or databases when you consider that it is not being adequately used (Cancellation); as well as to oppose the use of your personal data for specific purposes (Opposition). These rights are known as ARCO rights.

To exercise any of the ARCO rights, you must submit the respective request by sending an email to

To learn about the procedure and requirements for the exercise of the ARCO rights, we provide you with the following means:

You can revoke your consent for the use of your personal data

You can revoke the consent that, where appropriate, you have granted us for the processing of your personal data. However, it is important for you to consider that we may not be able to attend to your request or conclude the use immediately in all cases, as it is possible that due to some legal obligation we require continuing processing your personal data. Also, you should consider that for certain purposes, the revocation of your consent will mean that we can no longer continue providing the service you requested, or the conclusion of your relationship with us.

To revoke your consent, you must present your request through the following means:

To learn about the procedure and requirements for the revocation of consent, we provide you with the following means:

How can you limit the use or disclosure of your personal information?

In order for you to limit the use and disclosure of your personal information, we offer you the following means:

How can you be informed of changes to this privacy notice?

This privacy notice may undergo modifications, changes, or updates resulting from new legal requirements; from our own needs for the products or services we offer; from our privacy practices; from changes in our business model, or for other reasons.

We commit to keeping you informed about the changes that this privacy notice may undergo, through