Legal advice on site
Legal advice is a complex process, which usually involves many aspects. The more difficult a legal question is, the more important it is to find the right lawyer for the topic. And in this case to take a personal consultation on site.
The more specialized a lawyer is, the more competent will be his legal advice. If there is a specialist lawyer on site for your legal question, we recommend that you consult one.
However, there are also excellent all-around lawyers (popularly also called “forest and meadows lawyers”), which you can answer your legal questions most competent. In the law firm experience for good legal advice is particularly important!
Alternative legal advice
However, “legal advice” does not just mean the appointment with the lawyer today. In addition to traditional on-site advice, there has been a trend towards alternative consulting methods such as telephone legal advice or written legal advice in the recent past. These always work very well when it comes to the small standard questions of legal everyday life.
Just a few years ago, legal advice that was not carried out directly with the lawyer in the law firm was unimaginable. Since then, however, the technical possibilities have developed rapidly, and with them our requirements and demands in everyday life. Everything should be faster, more convenient and cheaper.
Exactly these needs are met by ” Telephone Legal Advice ” and ” Written Legal Advice “, which we also offer on our sister portals. There is no easier and faster way to get in touch with a lawyer. These legal advice forms can be used not only at any time, but also wherever you are, by mobile phone and even worldwide! And at a price that is on average far below the usual initial consultation costs of a lawyer.
Legal advice without lawyers
For a few years, the Legal Services has allowed lawyers, notaries, and tax advisors to also provide legal advice in other areas to other professions.
The current Legal Services clearly extends the power to provide legal advice on out-of-court legal services. In court, legal advice remains largely limited to lawyers. And you will find the right lawyers on this website!
Other legal advice (which does not go to court) may also be used by non-lawyers in certain areas.
Free legal advice
Free legal advice is allowed in the aforementioned models. However, only in the narrow frame. This serves the purpose of protecting the person seeking the right because this is the only way to ensure a certain quality of legal advice. In addition, the liability issue for any wrong advice is thus also clarified: the (compulsory) insurance of namely assumes the cost of damage caused by a consultation error.