Legal consultations are among the most common and typical lawyer services. Internet enables me as an attorney to provide an easily accessible option for users of the website to request and receive such services at a distance (online). If you would like to request and receive an online legal consultation on matter, issue or document in the field of corporate and company law, please read on to find out more detailed information.
How It Works?
1In order to request an online legal consultation, you should visit the Request an Electronic Service page and follow the four quick and easy steps thereon.
2In the process of requesting the service you will be required to provide all facts and circumstances, as well as all documents, relating to the case and the subject of the consultation. You will also need to indicate the way you prefer to receive the consultation and to provide your contact information accordingly.
3By the end of the business day following the day of receiving the request you will be sent a reply via email, which (when positive) will contain an offer with the terms and conditions under which the consultation may be provided – amount of the due fee, time period for provision of the service, etc.
4If you agree to the terms, you will need to accept the offer – either explicitly via email or by phone, or through directly paying the due attorney fee. Unless specified otherwise in the electronic message, you will need to pay in advance the full amount of the due fee within five business days from receiving the message via a bank account to be specified in the message or through other accepted remote payment methods.
5The consultation will be held in accordance with the particular agreed upon terms and conditions.
Questions and Answers
Online consultations are a paid service – no free legal advice is offered through the website.
The website has been provided with functionality for online discussion of the published materials and for posting questions for such purposes to the respective articles but such questions and answers do not constitute legal consultation, nor should be interpreted as legal advice from an attorney – they are only aimed at clarifying the respective articles through exchange of information on matters and topics of interest to the users.
Online requests for legal consultations through using the current electronic service are provided only as an alternative option for convenience of the clients – mostly for those living outside Sofia and Bulgaria. If you would like to schedule an appointment at the office, please don’t hesitate to contact me via any of the ways listed on the website, including via Viber or Skype (see below or visit the Contact page).