An attorney will represent your interest before all the courts of the country and he/she will argue your case. An attorney will discuss with you and he/she will determine with you the strategy to be followed. He/she will examine the applicable laws, he will examine the existing case law or legal authority and he will sum up all the legal argumentation. He/she disposes of the necessary objectivity, serenity, legal skills and eloquence to be your mouth piece before the court.

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