Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy: Thank you for visiting this website. Jeneva A. Vazquez Law, PLLC D/B/A La Strada Law understands the importance that Internet users place on privacy, and this Privacy Policy describes how we use personal and usage information that is collected at this web website. 

By using this website,, you accept the privacy practices contained in this Privacy Policy without modification. These privacy practices may change from time to time, but any changes will be posted. You are encouraged to review the Privacy Policy whenever you visit the web website to make sure you understand how any personal information you provide will be used.

The terms “we,” “us,” and “our” refers to Jeneva A. Vazquez Law, PLLC D/B/A La Strada Law. The terms “you,” “your,” or “user” refers to visitors of the website 

Personal Information: Personal information is any information that you voluntarily provide to us that personally identifies you or provides any of your contact information to us. We may collect and use certain personal information that you voluntarily provide when you register for events, sign up for emails, sign up to receive resources, and fill out any type of forms such as contact forms or scheduling forms.  Some common information that may be collected includes, but is not limited to names, phone number, address, or email address. The personal information you provide may be used to contact you if so requested, send informational emails, schedule appointments, or process transactions. 

For clients, billing information may be collected through the online payment methods including credit card numbers and credit card information. Your name, billing details and payment information will be shared with our payment processor, LawPay, in order to process payment. 

Your information may be shared with our trusted third-party suppliers who assist with conducting our business. Our third-party suppliers agree to keep your information confidential. Your information will not be shared with other third-parties.  We obtain information through forms, our scheduling tool, and client portal which are all embedded in our website and integrate with our client relationship management tool Dubsado.

La Strada Law respects your privacy and does not sell, trade, or transfer your personally identifiable information to third parties beyond what is necessary to fulfill a transaction or service without your consent. Third party suppliers used by La Strada Law are: U.S. Postal Service, FedEx, USPS Shipping Services, CoLaw, Hygge Coworking, BOX document storage, LawPay, Dropbox document storage, Slack communication tool, Canva design tool, icloud, Dubsado business management solution for client portal, scheduling tool, client relationship management, e-signing tool, and electronic forms, G Suite Email, Google Drive, Google Calendar, Google Forms, Google Voice, GoToMeeting and Zoom video conferencing.  

Other trusted third party independent contractors may be used by La Strada Law, however, no contractor will have access to any personal information without entering into a confidentiality agreement with La Strada Law.

We retain personally identifiable information voluntarily provided to us for a period of time determined at our discretion. You may request that your data be deleted at any time or you may unsubscribe from our marketing contacts at any time.  

Usage Information: Usage information may be recorded from your use of the website or on our social media platforms. Such usage information may include but is not limited to collection of information regarding your browser information, navigation data on the pages you visit, the time you spend on such pages, device identifiers, searches conducted, IP address, URL information, and timestamp information. This usage information shows us how our website is being used and helps us to administer the website and provide improved features for the user. 

Third Party Links: Links to any third-party websites, resources, or content on our website have been provided as a convenience only. We assume no responsibility for the content or the source. Any third-party websites accessible through our website to other services or partners, suppliers, advertisers, sponsors are subject to their own privacy policies.  La Strada Law is not responsible for the content, actions, privacy policies, or practices of third-party websites.

Cookies: We may collect domain information or small pieces of information that a website sends and saves on your computer while viewing our website referred to as “cookies”.  La Strada Law or its third-party suppliers may collect this information to analyze website and advertisement performance, track user patterns, save information from your previous visits and customize your experience using our website.  You will have the ability to consent to cookies using your web browser settings, however, some website features may not properly function if cookies are disabled. 

Security: No internet data exchange can be guaranteed as secure. We make efforts to secure and protect your personal information.  By sharing your personal information with us, you acknowledge the inherent risk of sharing such information. You agree that La Strada La is not responsible for intercepted information that is gained without our knowledge or consent and agree to release La Strada Law from any claims arising out of such unauthorized interceptions. 

Minors: Children under the age of 18 are prohibited from using this website. La Strada Law will not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from minors under the age of 18.  If La Strada Law learns it has any information or content from anyone under the age of 18, such information will be deleted. To use this website, users must be over the age of 18 years old in order to have the authority to enter into this privacy policy. 

Changes to This Policy: We may update or modify this policy at any time. Any modifications shall become effective immediately.  You acknowledge satisfactory and timely notice by use of this website and agree to be bound to this policy in effect as of the date of such use. Notice of any changes to this privacy policy will be posted on this page.  Therefore, you are encouraged to review this policy each time you visit our website. 

 If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please contact

Notice: All notices, requests, demands, and other communications under this Privacy Policy must in writing, sent via certified mail or courier to us at:

Jeneva A. Vazquez Law, PLLC

1026 Jay Street, Suite B-17

Charlotte, NC 28208 

Notices are not deemed received until actual documented delivery by US mail or courier.  Notices sent via email, fax, text, or any other means do not constitute proper legal notice.

704.594.1146 | 1026 Jay Street, Suite B-17 Charlotte, NC 28208

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