Who We Are
The firm is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal representation to institutional and individual clients who demand the sophistication and expertise of a large law firm but who can also benefit from the more individualized client services and cost effectiveness offered by a specialized practice.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality legal representation to institutional and individual clients who demand the sophistication and expertise of a large law firm but who can also benefit from the more individualized client services and cost effectiveness offered by a specialized practice.
Legal advice is the giving of a professional or formal opinion regarding the substance or procedure of the law in relation to a particular factual situation. The provision of legal advice will often involve analysing a set of facts and advising a person to take a specific course of action based on the applicable law.
Legal advice is ordinarily provided in exchange for financial or other tangible compensation. Advice given without remuneration is normally referred to as being pro bono publico (in the public good), or simply pro bono.
We provide the Legal counselling, it is a legal aid for a client, representing or protecting the client during and prior to the proceedings, composing legal documents and doing legal procedures in her interest as well as communicating with third parties and collecting proofs in the interest of the client where necessary.
We counsel the client in deciding how his problem can be sorted out under the laws. The Legal counselling is the process by which we communicate advice to a client.
We offer quality legal documentation service for our clients. moreover, for drafting legal pleadings, agreements, briefs, drafting and vetting of GPA, SPA, sale Deed, Gift Deed, Will and all other title documents, agreements etc.
Types of legal documentation.
1) Trademark and patent registration certificate.
2) Intellectual property (IP) rights agreement.
3) Business registration or Incorporation certificate.
4) Employee contracts and offer letters.
5) Tax and other registration certificate.
6) Non-disclosure agreement.
Judicial assistance may consist of the enforcement of a judgment rendered by a court of another state or other actions to assist current judicial proceedings taking place in the state requesting the cooperation of the foreign court. A letter rogatory, the formal term for such a request, asks a foreign court to take some judicial action, such as issue a summons, compel production of documents, or take evidence. Treaties may be concluded between countries to establish regular methods of transmitting these requests and to assure reciprocal treatment in furnishing assistance.
Judicial Assistance is the admittance and enforcement of a judicial order or request by a court from one jurisdiction to a court in another jurisdiction. Such admittance sometimes requires a treaty between the governments of the two jurisdictions. Without a treaty, judicial assistance can also take place in individual case on an ad hoc basis. In common law jurisdictions, if a judicial assistance treaty is not in effect then the extra-jurisdictional order may be only admitted as evidence in separate litigation covering the same matter.