PRIVACY POLICY, Effective as of May, 2017.


The PartUs platform requires a login. We will store your name, email address and other information you input to create your login.
We may use this information to contact you for customer support or marketing purposes. We will allow you to opt-out of marketing emails.

PartUs will not store your password. We use a specialized third-party vendor to supply our password authentication services, Auth0. They will store your password using industry best practices.

Some versions of PartUs require a paid subscription. PartUs uses Braintree, a subsidary of Paypal, for credit card services. PartUs does not have access to your credit card number, CCV code, or expiration date.

PartUs will never sell or otherwise share your personal information to other parties, beyond the usages noted above.


The divorce process, by it’s nature, requires the exchange \ sharing of highly sensitive data between multiple parties. PartUs is designed to share the information you upload in a secure and controlled fashion.

Sharing of data is controlled by a series of requests to link accounts. For example, if you are a client, you will likely receive an invitation to link your account with your attorney. This will allow your attorney (and their staff) to view and modify your data.

Once linked, your attorney may share your information with other parties as they see fit. For example, a mediator, opposing attorney, or judge. PartUs is not responsible for any instances of inappropriate sharing by parties you have linked to your data.


PartUs is committed to the highest levels of security for your data. All information is encrypted once it leaves your browser using industry standard SSL\TLS encryption protocols (https).

Your information is stored in a level III cloud datacenter, currently Windows Azure by Microsoft. All stored information is encypted using highly secure certificates, which are rotated on a regular basis (encryption at rest).

Access to the cloud environment is strictly controlled and all administrative accounts use multi-factor authentication.