Each and every one is regularly being confronted with legal documents, such as contracts, statutes or regulations. In many instances, the exact meaning of these texts is not all that clear or one does not understand the full meaning of them. An attorney will assist you and will counsel you and advise you. For this specific reason, an attorney is also called a “counsel”. You can ask your attorney to advise you in full confidence. He/she is bound by professional secrecy. Everything that is being discussed, remains between you and your attorney, your contact person in the utmost trust.

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