Privacy Policy
& Legal Notices

Cookies Policy

The Law Offices Cookies Policy is highlighted when using the Law Offices website. All necessary cookies, essential for the working of basic functionalities of the site are always enabled. You are also given the option to opt out of non-necessary cookies. This may however have an effect on your browsing experience.


Google Analytics

The Law Offices uses google analytics to collect information about how visitors use its site and to compile reports and help it improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they have visited.

This information does not identify visitors or collect any personal details. We do not make any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our websites. We will not associate any data gathered from this site with any personal information from any source. We will make it clear when we collect personal information and will explain what we intend to use it for.


Privacy Policy

Whatever information The Law Offices uses, including your personal data, is subject to your consent/instructions, relevant data protection legislation, and The Law Offices duties including confidentiality.

Whenever you visit The Law Offices website and in so doing, access its pages and various resources, alternatively make contact or fill in forms, The Law Offices will be deemed to be a data controller of your personal data which it collects or you provide to it.

This data will be used to provide you with the most relevant content on The Law Offices site.

With your consent, The Law Offices will provide you with updates on legal developments or details of its services/ events that may be of interest to you.

The Law Offices may disclose your details to others who attend or participate in the event that you attend that we organise.

In the event that you decide that you no longer wish to receive The Law Offices emails please indicate that your consent is withdrawn by emailing The Law Offices.

As a data subject you have rights in certain cases to access, erase, restrict or rectify the processing of your personal data subject to applicable exemptions [ e.g. judicial proceeding or legal professional privilege].

The Law Offices will disclose your personal data to agencies it engages to process data on its behalf, to certain third parties (e.g. professional indemnity insurance providers) and where required by law.

If The Law Offices agrees not to disclose that you are a client of The Law Offices, it will not do so. However, The Law Offices may disclose details of your matter [ e.g. the fact that it is acting as your advisor/ the nature of the mandate] if it is already in the public domain except if there has been an unauthorised disclosure within the public domain.


About Us

The Law Offices of Tiffany de Waynecourt-Steele is an overseas sole practitioner practice.

Tiffany was admitted as a Solicitor on 1 May 2009.

Tiffany’s SRA ID number is 492804.

The Law Offices address is:

Grand-Rue 25
1204, Geneva.


General Disclaimer

The Law Offices website contains general materials/ information that is believed to be correct as at the date of its initial publication, but should not be relied upon, in relation to any particular legal issues arising in any particular jurisdiction.

Although a concerted effort is made to keep this site updated, there is no guarantee that it is indeed up to date.

The Law Office’s website should not be viewed as a substitute for legal advice directly obtained from a professional advisor.


Copyright in Website

The Law Offices owns the copyright in this site as well as any of the materials published on it.


Complaints procedure

The Law Offices will attempt to resolve any disputes with you directly.

In the event that The Law Offices are unable to resolve your complaint with you directly, you have the right to contact the Legal Ombudsman at the below details:

Legal Ombudsman
PO Box 6806

Alternatively, we may elect to use alternative dispute resolution services of a nominated mediator or arbitrator.