JUDr. David Pytela, MBA, LL.M – Lawyer Olomouc. The price for the legal services is always arranged in advance according to the agreement between the attorney at law (lawyer) and the client. Do not delay solving your legal problems and contact us today – contact. We will help you! We will provide you with tailor-made legal services.
Lawyer Olomouc - types of fees:
Upon previous agreement the fee is determined as a multiple of the time rate and the time spent on providing the legal service. We charge, unless agreed upon otherwise:
1 000 CZK + VAT for every commenced half an hour of providing legal services
Upon previous agreement the fee is determined as a fixed sum for providing all of the lagal services.
Lump rate (retainer fee)
Lump rate covers agreed amount of time during each month in which all the legal services are provided without any fee. The amount of the lump rate depends on the extent and the legal difficulty of the services provided. The advantage is lower price covering all of the provided legal services.
In the event that none of the above types of fees is agreed with the lawyer, the so-called non-contractual fees will apply. The amount of non-contractual fees is determined by Decree of the Ministry of Justice No. 177/1996 Coll., On lawyers ‘fees and lawyers’ compensation for the provision of legal services (lawyer’s tariff), as amended. The text of this decree is available on the website of the Czech Bar Association – here. The big disadvantage of non-contractual remuneration is that it cannot respond either to the specific circumstances of the case.
Lawyer Olomouc - method of payment:
Payment for legal services is always non-cash, either by card directly at the law firm, or subsequently by transfer from an account on the basis of an issued invoice.
Why does it make sense to visit an attorney at law?
As part of my profession, I often find that people seek the help of a lawyer only when it “flows into their shoes”. This probably stems from the ingrained notion (I must point out that it is wrong) that one only goes to a lawyer when one is in big trouble. In such situations, in many cases it is not possible to completely solve the problem, but only to mitigate its consequences. In this respect, a lawyer can be compared to a doctor. If a person comes to the doctor only when he is very ill, he often cannot be completely cured, but only his problems are alleviated. Each of us is aware of this, values our health, and therefore prefers to come in time. It is necessary to approach legal problems (law) in the same way. For example, a lawyer cannot, however better, “conjure up” a valid contract from an invalid contract. An investment in a lawyer always pays off. Due to his knowledge and experience, the lawyer will prepare a “tailor-made” solution for the client, which will either completely eliminate or substantially eliminate possible problems.