Prices

  • The amount of remuneration

    The amount of remuneration is determined during individual conversations with the client. There are two main settlement systems:

    The lump sum remuneration system
    The salary is determined by determining a specific amount of remuneration in advance. This system is used in cases in which the scope of works and their time dimension can be approximated.

    Hourly billing system
    The amount of remuneration depends on the amount of time devoted to the execution of the order. This system is mainly used for permanent legal services and when it is not possible to determine the scope of works in advance.

  • Payment terms

    The Law Office's salary is paid in advance. However, it is possible to spread it into installments.

  • Other rules

    The law office does not charge, as a rule, success fee.

    There are also no cases for conducting the so-called "percent of winnings", i.e. no initial payment, when the remuneration is to constitute a share in profit if the case is won.

  • Law advices

    The cost of providing standard legal advice is usually fixed on a flat-rate basis depending on the complexity of the legal issue. VAT (23%) should be added to the agreed amount of remuneration.

    In case of ordering a case before a court, legal advice is provided for free.

  • Pleadings and contracts

    The cost of writing a standard pleading, e.g. a claim, is usually fixed in advance. It depends on the complexity of the case and the date on which the letter should be prepared. If it is necessary to analyze the case files in court, an additional fee is charged for activities performed outside the Law Office.

    Remuneration for preparation or analysis of the contract is determined individually, and depends mainly on the level of detail of the contract and the date of completion of the work.

    VAT (23%) should be added to the agreed amount of remuneration.

  • Lawsuits

    Most often, lump-sum remuneration is charged for conducting court cases. The amount of barrister's fees is determined based on the contract with the client.

    The minimum wage is set out in the Regulation of the Minister of Justice of 22/10/2015 on fees for attorney activities (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 1800, as amended by the Journal of Laws of 2016, item 1668).

    In addition to the value of the subject of the dispute, the level of complexity of the case and its duration affect the level of remuneration.

    VAT (23%) should be added to the agreed amount of remuneration.

  • Negotiations

    Participation in negotiations, assistance in signing contracts etc. is usually settled according to the hourly rate.

    VAT (23%) should be added to the agreed amount of remuneration.

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