My Lawyers Advice is a full service boutique web based online platform which is a unique and one of its kind venture started by a group of highly qualified, meticulously skilled and professionally trained group of Advocates and Lawyers in Delhi-NCR, India. The same is a clear departure from the primitive and traditional system where an Individual or a Corporate has to travel and wait for long in order to avail and obtain professional legal services, however, with the advent of the e-age time has come when the professional legal services are just a click away travelling beyond the barriers of distance and time which ultimately helps in the resolution of the issue in hand without any hassles and without any wastage of resources.
– Anant Sharma, Co-Founder & Advisor at My Lawyers Advice
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I have retained them as my Legal Advisors & Consultants and they have been handling all of mine legal issues and we are very satisfied.
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In order to know one’s legal rights and duties and in order to prepare a legally sound document the advice and help of an Advocate or Lawyer is necessary.
Yes, as per on his own can represent himself before any Court and contest his/her case, however, it is always advisable to take the assistance or guidance of a good Advocate or Lawyer.
Before filing a case or a law suit an Advocate has to analyse the entire facts of the issue or the dispute, examine the evidence available, review the documents vis a vis the desired outcome and the result and then only the Advocate or Lawyer can give different alternatives or options and share his opinion.
Caveat is an application which can be filed by the Advocate or Lawyer of the litigant who has won the case in the subordinate Court before the higher Court of Appeal or the Appellate Court whereby the opposite party is obliged to obtain the clearance of the litigant before filing his/her appeal before the Appellate Court.
A person who is aggrieved by the order of any Court of law can file an appeal to the Appellate Court. The law of limitation enshrines the maximum time limits within which appeals can be filed.