Representation in court
Legal representation is a comprehensive service consisting in representing the client’s interests in court. In addition to regular consultations on the development of the case, the lawyer prepares letters for the client, represents him in court, conducts the case on his behalf, remaining in constant contact with him as to its course.
Basic necessary documents
A lawyer will need all documents that apply to the case. In this way, he will get to know the current state of the case and plan further actions. A power of attorney is also required, thanks to which the lawyer can conduct the case on behalf of his Principal – it will be signed together with the contract at the first meeting.
How to get legal advice
By default, the meeting date is set for the next 7 days from the day we call. The waiting time depends on the lawyer’s schedule, but the meeting is always arranged as soon as possible. The first meeting usually lasts about an hour, during which the client summarizes his case, a decision is made to establish cooperation and a contract and power of attorney are signed. The advice takes place in Warsaw.
Difficulties with personal trial presentation
Representing oneself in court is a very difficult task and can end up adversely even with the greatest commitment. The judicial procedure is complicated and requires a number of small steps, knowledge of deadlines and appropriate operating procedures. Committing any mistake may result in a significant extension of the proceedings or loss of the case.
Benefits of using legal advice:
Representation before a court requires excellent general knowledge of the law and high knowledge of procedures. Without them, we are exposed to making mistakes that a professional representative would never have allowed. The attorney himself deals with a significant number of activities that are associated with the conduct of the case. In this way, we don’t have to worry about small but significant formalities.