FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
WILL MARC LAW OFFICE CHARGE FOR MY FIRST CONSULTATION?
We will not be charging you for our first consultation. It helps both you and our lawyers decide if you will work comfortably together as most cases will last for a long time. The first consultation is very important in order for us to have the full picture of the circumstances you are in. It also helps us determine if any urgent action should be taken, therefore we suggest that you bring along all the relevant documents relating to your case. During the first consultation, we will be able to determine the likely costs and fees that may be chargeable for us to take on your case.
HOW MUCH FEES WILL I HAVE TO PAY FOR ENGAGING MARC LAW OFFICE AS MY LAWYER?
The fees chargeable are in accordance with Advocates’ Remuneration Rules 1988. Please note that for litigation cases, we charge each case based on varying factors.
For a more precise quote on the fees, feel free to contact us.
WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I HAVE TO PROVIDE IF I ENGAGE A LAWYER?
We recommend that you bring all the documents you have with you during the first meeting. Our lawyers will be able to identify any legal issues that you may not be aware off at the first instance. We will advise you as to any further documents you need to bring in the event you choose to engage us as your lawyer.
HOW FLEXIBLE CAN YOU BE ABOUT APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING?
We understand that you would not want your case to impact your work and family life. Because of this, we ensure that we are flexible with our time and will accommodate to your scheduling needs, and if need be, at a venue of your choice. Just contact us to schedule a date in advance, to enable us to cater to your individual needs.
I HAVE A CASE AGAINST ME/ I WOULD LIKE TO ISSUE A CLAIM AGAINST SOMEONE, BUT THE MATTER IS PRIVATE. WILL YOU ENSURE THAT MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS DO NOT FIND OUT ABOUT THIS?
At MARC Law Office, we have a strict lawyer-client confidentiality policy. We will not disclose any information to any third party that is not related to your case, or without your prior permission.