Legal counselling is the advice and assistance given to a client by a counsel or a counsellor at law during and/ or prior to a proceeding. It is the giving of a professional or formal opinion regarding the substance or procedure of the law in relation to a particular factual situation. Legal counselling generally proposes a course of action. The law has an impact on everything we do and there are many circumstances in which you may need legal counselling or advice to clarify what your rights are.
It is worthy of note that the giving of legal advice is only done by a qualified lawyer. This is because it involves the practice of law, and only a licensed lawyer with whom you have formed an attorney-client relationship with may give legal advice. Because of the obligations that arise from the giving of such legal advice, the advice-giver is also bound to certain rights and responsibilities as a result of the information given.
If you have a problem and need a confidential and independent legal advice to resolve it, you may be able to get help from a counsellor at law, a Lexdot provider that specialises in your problem.
Lexdot is client-driven. The providers are pre-screened independent freelancers. Every transaction is between you and your provider. All that is required for you to begin is to provide details of the service you need; our experienced and high-quality counsellors will respond with their proposals. You may also choose to connect with a preferred provider. Rest assured you will get affordable excellent service and peace of mind with our fixed fee billing strategy.
This material has been provided for general informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.