Cookies policy


Cookies are small pieces of text stored as a file on the computer's hard drive. They are not computer programs. They only contain and transfer to the web server as much information as the users themselves have disclosed to a certain web site. Cookies are used by your browser and by most websites to help personalise or improve your experience using the internet.

You can use the cookie consent tool on the Free Legal Answers website to set your preference. 

Universally blocking all cookies will affect the functionality of this website, such as the ability to log in to your account area and ask/or answer a question.

The table below lists the cookies that are on this website and explains why we use them and what they do.




Cookie control CookieControl This cookie is use to store your cookie preference on the Free Legal Answers website. If you have visited the site before this cookie will store that choice.
Free Legal Answers ASP.NET_SessionId This cookie is used to identify your visit to this website and deliver pages to your browser. This cookie expires when you leave the site, or close your browser window/tab.
Free Legal Answers .ASPXAUTH
These cookies are used to enable you to create and/or log into your account on the Free Legal Answers website, to securely deliver pages to your browser and use the site.
Google analytics _ga
These cookies are used to collect information about how you use our website. The information is used to help us improve how you navigate and experience the website. Information is collected in a way that does not directly identify anyone, information collected includes, the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited.
Azure ai_user
These cookies collects statistical usage and telemetry information for websites and applications hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. The data collected is used to ensure that the website has the necessary resources to run smoothly.