1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?


Responsible: Kinship Law Partners S.L.P.

TAX ID: B67682781

Registered Office: Calle Génova, 27, 6ª planta, 28004, Madrid.


Telephone: +34 91 746 73 96


  1. For what purposes do we process your personal data?


In Kinship Law Partners S.L.P. depending on the category of the data subjects concerned, we process the information you provide for the following purposes:

Interested parties Purposes of the treatment
Potencial clients potential commercial and/or professional relationship, sending of information requested and/or resolve the queries raised, provide offers of our services and/or products of interest to you.
Clients commercial and/or professional relationship, provide offers of our services and/or products of interest to you.
Suppliers commercial and/or professional relationship.
Web users analysis of your browsing data



  1. What is the legal basis for processing your data?


The legal basis for processing your personal data, depending on the category of the data subject concerned, may be:

Interested parties Legal basis
Potencial clients Art. 6.1.b RGPD: implementation, at the request of the data subject, of pre-contractual measures (estimates, order forms, service offers, etc.).
Art. 6.1.f RGPD: Legitimate interest (sending requested information, answering queries, etc.).
Art. 6.1.a RGPD: consent of the data subject (providing offers of our services and/or products).
Clients Art. 6.1.b RGPD: performance of a contract to which the person concerned is a party.
Suppliers Art. 6.1.b RGPD: performance of a contract to which the person concerned is a party.
Web users Art. 6.1.a RGPD: consent of the person concerned


The data we request from you are adequate, relevant, and strictly necessary and you are under no obligation to provide them, but failure to provide them may affect the purpose of the service or the impossibility of providing it.


  1. How long will we keep your personal data?


Your data will be kept for the minimum time necessary for the correct provision of the service offered as well as to meet the responsibilities that may arise from it and any other legal requirement.


  1. To which recipients will your data be communicated?


Kinship Law Partners S.L.P. will not communicate your data to any third party unless you are expressly informed of this.


In addition, we inform you that certain data, by virtue of the regulations in force or the contractual relationship that you maintain with Kinship Law Partners S.L.P. may be communicated to:


  1. Banks and financial institutions for the collection of contracted services and / or products purchased.


  1. Public administrations with competence in the sectors in which Kinship Law Partners S.L.P. operates. when so established by current legislation.


  1. What are your rights when you provide us with your data?


The data protection rights that data subjects may exercise, where applicable, are:


The right to access.

The right to rectification

The right to erasure.

The right to restrict processing.

The right to object processing.

The right to data portability.

The right not to be subject to decisions based solely on automated data processing.


The owners of the personal data obtained may exercise their personal data protection rights by sending a written communication to the registered office of Kinship Law Partners S.L.P. or to the e-mail address


Models, forms, and further information about your rights are available on the website of the national supervisory authority, Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, hereinafter, AEPD,


  1. Can I withdraw my consent?


You have the possibility and the right to withdraw consent for any specific purpose given at the time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.


  1. Where can I complain if I feel that my data is not being processed correctly?


If a data subject considers that their data are not processed correctly by Kinship Law Partners Slp. or that requests to exercise their rights have not been dealt with satisfactorily, they can lodge a complaint with the corresponding data protection authority, the AEPD being the one indicated in the national territory,


  1. Security and updating of your personal data


In order to safeguard the security of your personal data, we inform you that we have adopted all the technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee the security of the personal data supplied. This is to prevent their alteration, loss and/or unauthorised processing or access, as required by law, although there is no such thing as absolute security.


It is important that, so that we can keep your personal data up to date, you inform us whenever there is a change in them.


  1. Confidentiality


Kinship Law Partners SLP informs you that your data will be treated with the utmost care and confidentiality by all staff involved in any of the processing phases. We will not transfer or communicate your data to any third party, except in the cases provided for by law, or unless the interested party has expressly authorised us to do so.