Is a legal advisor necessary in court?

As part of a court representation in civil and family matters, a legal advisor, as a professional representative, may act on behalf of his client in court. For civil cases, which most often have their final in court, they include:

    family cases,
    inheritance cases
    regarding real estate,
    matters for payment.

Depending on the nature of the case, the first initial letter is a statement of claim or application. The provisions of law, in particular the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, specify the requirements that must be met by the letter to which the party initiates the proceedings. It is extremely important to make a statement of all claims, to provide specific evidence to support them. This is important for the decision in the case because the court may decide to omit them at a later stage of the proceedings. This means that he will not take our evidence and statements into account when issuing the decision.

Practice in family matters shows that they often have different rules than ordinary civil matters. Derogations that take place while conducting such cases are dictated by their slightly different character.

Every civil procedure ends with a court decision or order. The parties are entitled to appeal from the above-mentioned decisions, ie appeal to the court of the second instance, which may also be expertly prepared by a legal counsel. A correct pointing out mistakes made by the court allows to reverse the fate of the lost case in the first instance. The correct formulation of appeal allegations is a feature of a professional lawyer.

Our lawyers run family matters on a daily basis. They have a wealth of knowledge and skills that allow for easier and faster handling of the case in court. Understanding and efficiently using the legal language is often the key to successfully ending a court dispute.