LawSafe Systems, LLC
- Members of your Circle of Trust. By including anyone in your Circle of Trust you acknowledge he or she may have or may be given access to your Information during your lifetime even if you are not incapacitated, and there is a risk of that person sharing your Information with other people. You understand that a member of your Circle of Trust may misuse your Information, intentionally or accidentally, and in either case that such disclosure may cause you financial or other harm. While we believe our email notification and activity tracking features will discourage your Circle of Trust from arbitrarily accessing your Information, they may still access your LawSafe without any reason and you may not receive actual notice of such access. You may add or remove people from your Circle of Trust, and you may give them limited or broad permission to access your Document and Information. Who you place in your Circle of Trust and what permissions you give them, if any, is completely up to you. We recommend you obtain legal or other advice before choosing members of your Circle of Trust.
- Access by Your Professional of Record. Your Professional of Record may have “Open Access” to your LawSafe portal. With Open Access your Professional may do everything you may do with your LawSafe portal. For example, your Professional may upload Documents, rename, move, and delete them, as well as enter and edit Financial and Personal Information, add people to your Circle of Trust and modify their Access and Permissions. Open Access permits your Professional to access your LawSafe portal anytime without notification to you, although in all cases certain actions taken by your Professional are recorded in your Activity Log.
- Emergency Access to your Information. If you have an emergency, the people you name in your legal documents will use the authority under those documents to access your financial papers and medical information (i.e., your Information). Those people and documents might include a Power of Attorney, Executor under your Will, Trust Agreement, or Patient Advocate. Without a LawSafe portal those people would need to physically access your residence and sort through your personal papers and files to help get things done. With a LawSafe portal those individuals may be able to gain access to your LawSafe, but you control who can access your Information, what they can see and when your Document and Information are made available. You have the option of including people in your Circle of Trust without granting them access to any of your Information. In that case the only way anyone will have access to your Information is to contact your Professional of Record in case of an Emergency. You must decide for yourself how you would like to use the LawSafe portal as LawSafe permits you to customize the access of each and every Circle of Trust Member so you may both maintain your privacy but also provide a path for access to your Information when needed.
- Sharing Pursuant to Applicable Law. We may share your Information as required by law to comply with a subpoena or governmental demand, but in that case subject to any and all rights and objections by you. We will notify you if we receive such a request as directed by the applicable law. We may also share your Information on a case-by-case basis if we believe in the exercise of due diligence that sharing the Information may protect someone’s life, avoid physical injury or material property loss or damage, or to prevent or investigate an ongoing crime.
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