VIPromo FAQ & Terms

Why did I receive this voucher?

Basically, either you or your company really impressed one of our lawyers in the past year or so.  That may be because of business you’ve done with them, or it may be because of a conversation you had with them socially, or it may just be that they think your products are exceptional!  We love working with people, products, and ideas that inspire and interest us.  We hope you’ll see it as an honor!

What do I have to do to take advantage of the credit?

Just send us an email at to start a conversation about what we can do for you.  There’s no requirement or expectation that you will retain us for services after the credit is used up (or that you will retain us at all).  There’s no purchase necessary, in other words, unless you hire us to do additional work or incur fees in excess of the amount of the credit.

What kinds of services can I use the credit towards?

The credit can be used towards any of the services that we offer, whether flat-fee or hourly.  However, we reserve the right to decline a specific project if it is outside the scope of our expertise, if it there are conflicts of interest that cannot be resolved, if it fundamentally offends our principles, or if we otherwise find ourselves legally, ethically, or morally unable to take it on.

What if I need services that cost more than the amount of the credit? What if there’s any credit left over?

You will be responsible for paying for the amount of services rendered that exceeds the amount of your credit.  If a project we do for you ends up costing more than the credit amount, we’ll let you know beforehand (this is not a bait-and-switch!), and apply the credit to your first invoice.  We may request a retainer if the estimated cost of your project is particularly large, although that is unlikely.  Any surplus credit can be applied towards future services anytime before the expiration date on your postcard.

Can I give my credit to someone else?

The credit is non-transferrable.  However, if you have like-minded acquaintances who might be interested in our services, let us know—we’re always open to discussing favorable arrangements with interesting clients.

I don’t want to be contacted for any future promotions—how do I get off your lists?

Just drop us an email at, and we’ll make sure you don’t receive any more marketing communications from us by mail, and take you off any marketing email lists we have.


Your voucher and this promotion contain attorney advertising, and of course prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.  Unless and until we sign an engagement agreement with you, no attorney-client relationship will exist between you and Ybarra pllc, and there can be no obligation of confidentiality on the part of Ybarra pllc, its attorneys, or employees.  Please do not disclose any information that is confidential or that may merit protection of attorney-client privilege until an engagement agreement is in place between you and our firm.  Last but not least, please see our Disclaimers page for more information about the use of this website and our firm generally.