The services of a lawyer or the services of a lawyer of AGTL Kharkiv, Kyiv, Odessa help clients to solve their personal issues requiring professional assistance. Legal services are provided by specialists in areas including family issues, issues related to real estate and land, other property issues in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Odessa.
Types of legal services
- Marriage contracts;
- Accompanying divorce proceedings;
- Advice on hereditary issues;
- Personal investment advice;
- Preparing shareholder agreements for personal investment projects;
- Accompanying deals with land and residential buildings.
Directions of legal practices in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Odessa
Lawyer for civil cases
“A lawyer for an accident. Auto-anvokat
Real estate lawyer
A lawyer or a lawyer?
Every lawyer is, without a doubt, a lawyer. However, not every lawyer is a lawyer.
Lawyers call themselves even those who do not have legal education at all, but the life path has connected their work with practical aspects of jurisprudence, and they with alternate success “help” people to write some complaints and represent interests in various bodies. There are many literate, professional and conscientious notaries among lawyers, legal advisers of enterprises or public servants, as well as employees of law firms and private entrepreneurs providing legal services.
Definition of the Law, the lawyer is an individual who carries out legal activities on the grounds and in the order provided by the Law of Ukraine “On Advocacy and Advocacy”
In addition, the lawyer (from Lat. Advocates – called from lat. Advoco – I invite) – a lawyer, provides professional legal assistance to citizens and legal entities by exercising the right in their interests.
One of the most important safeguards is legal secrecy and complete confidentiality, which prohibits a lawyer from disclosing any information about his clients and their cases, using them for personal gain, and prohibits other persons, including regulators and law enforcement agencies, from seeking and using such information.
At the same time, not a lawyer, namely a lawyer, can not be questioned by the police or the court about the legal aid provided to him. Nor can criminal or other legal responsibility for his professional activities be brought.
A lawyer, his office or vehicles may not use a search or other operational or investigative actions other than a court decision taken at the request of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine or a regional prosecutor, such as the prosecutor of Kharkiv region. Whereas a simple lawyer can confiscate any documents, detain or interrogate him, including in relation to the client’s cases, on general grounds. It is these and other unique rights and guarantees that constitute the legal status of the lawyer, not his “crust”, and there is the main difference between a lawyer and a lawyer.
One of the main differences is also the monopoly of lawyers on the provision of legal assistance in all criminal cases, as well as from January 1, 2017 – in the Supreme Court of Ukraine and the Court of Cassation in all types of cases. From January 1, 2018, lawyers will receive a monopoly on representation in appeals, and from January 1, 2019 – in all district courts of Ukraine.
The monopoly of lawyers is designed to exempt the courts from unqualified, baseless and sometimes frankly stupid lawsuits made by some lawyers, or not lawyers at all, the main victims of which are those who turned to them for help.