This site can be identified by any or all of the following names:
EAW / EAW legal / Eurowills / CapitaLaw/EAW [hereinafter referred to as EAW].

The staff managing this business deal directly with approved EAW Consultants only; we do not deal direct with the general public except to pass on Consultants’ details which are available on this site, established for the Estate Planning and will-writing profession. We provide initial and CPD training for those new to the profession and pass information thereon to browsers. It does not guarantee that any of the information on the site is up-to-date or is correct, but we endeavour to update it from time to time.

All information on this site should be independently checked by all users.

When you visit our website, we may also monitor and record which products you are interested in and which links you pursue as well as monitoring customer traffic patterns and site usage. This information will be kept secure.
Third-party providers using the site may also access traffic-usage patterns but  personal information will not be identifiable unless it is with specific regard to an Application you may have made to any of our Consultants for their services.

We use unique tracking codes and referral information to identify whether you were introduced to us by an affiliate. another website or search engine.

Telephone Traffic.
Telephone calls to our Consultants are monitored for training purposes and to improve the services we provide.

EAW do not identify users of this site although this site does use Cookies. This is Google Analytics, a popular web Analytics service which uses Cookies to determine the number of people who visit our site and to analyse their use thereof [e.g. we can determine which are the most popular pages on our site].

The information generated by the Cookies from your use of our website [including IP addresses] is transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the US. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of our website, to compile reports on activity on the website and other services that relate to the website and internet usage.
Google may also provide this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google undertakes not to associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. We have no control over this usage.
Most browsers automatically accept Cookies although you can block and delete them. Should you wish to remove them, please see below for instructions on how to do so.

How to reject and delete Cookies
Should you choose to reject, block or delete Cookies, click on “help” on your browser’s menu, or by visiting: www.allaboutCookies.org.
For example, in Google Chrome [desktop]
1. In the top-right corner of Chrome, click the Menu ‘Settings’.
2. At the bottom of the page, click on ‘Show advanced settings’.
3. In ‘Privacy’ section, click ‘Content settings’ button.
4. In the ‘Cookies’ section, choose your preferred setting.

Android app

  1. Open the Chrome app.
    2. Tap ‘More Settings’.
    3. In the ‘Advanced’ section, tap on ‘Site settings’.
    4. Tap ‘Cookies’ to choose your preferred setting.

iPhone/iPad app

  1. Open the Chrome app.
    2. Tap ‘More’
    3. Tap ‘Settings Privacy’
    4. In the ‘Advanced’ section, tap ‘Content Settings’
    5. Choose your preferred setting.

Please note that if you opt to block Cookies you may not be able to access certain features of this web site.

By submitting your data, you agree to the usage as outlined in this Privacy Policy.
By submitting data on behalf of another individual, you agree that you have obtained their permission to do so and that they also agree with the usage outlined in this Privacy Policy.
You guarantee that all information you have provided is correct and current.

We will never obtain sensitive information about you without your explicit consent; an example of sensitive information would be your medical condition or religious beliefs.

Thank you.