In the Appellate Lawyer Office, we handle claims at all levels of litigation. Our practice includes business law, employment and labor law, Personal Law, Constitution Law, Corporate Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Cyber Crime, intellectual/technology property transactions, and litigation.
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It’s preferred for you to come to our office so you can get acquainted with staff who will work diligently in your case. However, when you cannot come to our office, we can schedule a date and time to meet you in a more comfortable location for you. In addition, we can facilitate business electronically to save your time and money.
We want to ensure that our clients get information about their legal rights. In fact, We offer Free Legal Consultations to poor and differently abled people. Moreover, There will be a basic legal advice free of cost for 5 minutes to anybody.
We are committed to giving you the most cost-effective legal support. We can set the hours, emergency, and fixed costs as well as Retainer fees based on the effort, time, and suitable Senior Attorneys or Junior Lawyers who work on it.
Please contact us at +91-9444014096 and talk to one of our Admin Attorneys who will schedule your appointment for a Legal consultation, at the most comfortable time for you, with one of the lawyers in this law firm. During your free consultation, the lawyer will determine how our Lawyer Office can represent you and your case.
You can contact our office or send an email to us at email@example.com with questions about your case or about other problems. We are committed to returning all calls and emails as soon as possible.
Advocate-client privilege refers to a client’s right to refuse any disclosure of sensitive information and to prevent the attorney from disclosing the information to a third party. In other words, this is a type of understanding between lawyers and clients where any information shared by clients to lawyers cannot be further disclosed to others, by lawyers. This basically refers to the rights available to clients for the protection of their own interests.