Legal assistance refers to the provision of legal advice or representation by qualified lawyers or law firms to individuals or businesses. The following are common types of legal assistance that can be provided:

  1. Consultation: This involves seeking legal advice and counsel on various legal matters such as contracts, employment law, family law, immigration, real estate, or any other legal issue that an individual or business may need help with.
  2. Litigation: This involves the representation of clients in court or legal proceedings. Lawyers provide legal arguments, gather and present evidence, and represent clients in negotiations or trials.
  3. Mediation or Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR): This involves the use of a neutral third party to help resolve legal disputes between parties without going to court. Lawyers can act as mediators or arbitrators to help resolve disputes between parties.
  4. Document drafting: This involves the preparation and review of legal documents such as contracts, wills, deeds, and other legal agreements.
  5. Corporate legal services: This involves legal services related to the establishment, maintenance, and compliance of businesses. This includes contract drafting and negotiation, intellectual property protection, employment law, and corporate governance.
  6. Personal legal services: This involves legal services related to individuals, such as estate planning, family law, immigration, and criminal defense.

Legal assistance can be provided on an hourly or fixed fee basis, or in some cases, contingency fee basis where the attorney’s fees are paid only if the client wins the case.

  • Legal Consultancy
  • Bad Debt collections
  • Salary issues
  • Good Conduct Certificates
  • Criminal / Civil cases
  • Documents Attestation