We use cookies on our website in order for our visitors to experience our website better.
This Cookie Policy (“Policy”) is prepared to inform our esteemed visitors about what cookies are used by HANSU Law Office’s website, how its run and maintained by us and how the cookie preferences can be managed by you.

This Cookie Policy is valid for Cookies used on the website prepared and executed by HANSU Law Office and explains the principles of HANSU Law Office’s use of cookies.


Cookies; is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device for the purpose of operating at the expected performance, improving, developing and optimizing the visitor experience. The cookie allows the website to “remember” your actions or preferences over time. Users can delete the cookies they have given at any time, if they wish.


– Session Cookies (Temporary Cookies)

Session cookies are small information where your user information is stored on the web server as you switch between the pages of our website. Session cookies are temporary cookies that when you close your browser, all your information collected during the transition is deleted from the server.

– Mandatory Cookies

Mandatory cookies are anonymous technical cookies that enable our website to function properly and allow for the smooth operation of the website, permit users to surf on the website and make use of its features. They are in the category of session cookies. Deactivating these cookies will cause having difficulty using the features of our website and thus, they are not subject to the consent of the user. Therefore, no consent shall be sought from the user for the use of mandatory cookies on our website.

– Persistent Cookies

We use persistent cookies to remember the preferences of our visitors on our website. Persistent cookies stay on your device even after you close your browser or computer. Therefore they stay on your computer until the validity date set by the internet provider expires or you delete the cookies.

Permanent cookies are used in our website to analyse the behaviour of our visitors and to improve the functionality of our website both for you and other users who visit our website.

– First-Party and Third-Party Cookies

We use both first-party and third-party cookies to ensure you get the best efficiency from our website. When using first party cookies, we pursue objectives such as determining your language and location preferences and / or ensuring the functionality of our website.

On the other hand, third-party cookies are owned and managed by other website owners other than HANSU Law Office. These cookies may be required to transmit some forms for the purpose of transmitting certain applications you have made through our website and allowing some advertisements outside of our website.

– Performance and Analysis Cookies

Performance and analysis cookies are being used in order to serve the purpose of developing our website in line with the demands and usage of our visitors; to gather information about how our visitors use our website and the applications on our site (watched pages, average duration of the visit, etc.).

– Tracking Cookies

Tracking cookies are being used to monitor the internet browsing behaviour of our visitors and to collect data and information from various websites they visit according to their browsing behaviours.


HANSU Law Firm uses different types of cookies in accordance with Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data and related legislation. The cookies used by the HANSU Law Firm website and the usage purposes of the cookies are as follows;

– Use of Cookies for Analytical and Functionality

In order to facilitate the use of the systems of our website and to provide user-specific usage features, cookies can be used to remind users’ information and past selections. Based on this information collected, our website can display content to our visitors in line with the information collected, and allows the visitor to choose the language of their first visit or remember the font size they chose while reading a text on our site. If the use of such cookies is deactivated; some parts of our website may not be used properly or may not be used at all and deactivating these cookies can reduce the level of support that our website can provide to our visitors. In addition, if the preferences of our visitors cannot be remembered by our website, it may cause a feature not to be used or shown to you.

We also use the following analytical and functional tools to analyse the performance of our site and how our visitors use our site:

Google Remarketing

After your visit to our site, you see the similar products and contents in other internet areas related to the pages that you have visited on our site and / or the articles and other content you have viewed. Remarketing’s application is to re-connect with our visitors and to show products that our visitors may be interested in and interact with in accordance with the visit of our website.

– Facebook Pixel

We use Facebook Pixel to understand which platform and / or content our visitors are directed to our site and the actions our visitors performed on our website, to measure the results of these actions, to create special target groups for our visitors and to reach these target groups. You can find detailed information about this analysis tool and how it works at https://www.facebook.com/business/help/651294705016616. You can also visit your Ads Preferences to disable personalized ads across the account.


You can exercise your right to allow or refuse cookies used by the HANSU Law Office by following the steps below, depending on the type of your internet browser:

Chrome (Computer, Android, iPhone,iPad): https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647

Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/tr/kb/web-sitesi-tercihleri-cerezleri-acip-kapatma

Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/tr-tr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Safari (Computer): https://support.apple.com/tr-tr/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac

Yandex: https://yandex.com.tr/support/browser-classic/personal-data-protection/cookies.xml

Safari (Phone): You can select the “Safari” tab in the “Settings” section of your phone and control all cookie management from the “Privacy and Security” section.

For other browsers (such as Opera, Microsoft edge etc.), you can visit the help or support pages of the related browsers.