Fee

The law firm is committed to help you determine the amount of fees,it will be predictable and transparent.
In this perspective, under the rules of the legal profession, the fees will be determined according to you, including the following:

  • The time spent on the case;
  • The research;
  • The nature and difficulty of the case;
  • The importance of the interests involved;
  • The impact of fees and expenses of the firm;
  • The benefits and results obtained;
  • You.

The different remuneration arrangements possible under the law and practice of the legal profession are:

  • The fee in time;
  • The flat fee;

In principle, the fee is determined by an hourly rate applied to the time spent on the case by the firm.

However, for cases in which interventions are predictable, the fees can be a fixed price.

The firm can offer the signing of a "fee agreement" in which the fees for legal or judicial service determined shall be agreed in advance.

Fees are subject to VAT at the rate currently in effect is 17%. The fees are different from costs, expenses and fees.

Costs incurred by the lawyer in the performance of its duties (travel, documentation, correspondence, photocopying, telephone ...) are usually included in the fees payable by the customer.

Disbursements are expenses required that the lawyer engages in the name and on behalf of his client by virtue of its mandate. This is essentially procedural costs (stamp duty, registration fees, ...), rights advocacy, legal advertising costs, court fees ...

The fees are compensation tariffied of certain services and benefits of legal professionals that the firm must apply in certain cases (bailiffs, notaries, solicitors ...).

It is important to remember that after a legal dispute, the court which has decided on your business may decide to order the defendant to pay you compensation to offset the costs that you paid for the purposes of procedure. In civil matters.