Personal advocacy

Personal advocacy – this term is used in Business Law where details the procedure of dealing with someone’s issues with third parties – creditors, authorities, suppliers of services, in order to solve them, usually against payment (fee). Usually this is the work of lawyers, where they agree to accept personally pressure by third parties instead and on behalf of the client, and at the end of the day to resolve their problems, against payment of legal fee.

* Note that lawyers do not work (i.e. accept pressure by the opposite parties) for free; their personal advocacy is paid, so when asking a lawyer for their legal opinion on a concrete legal issue, you should pay them for their opinion and legal advice; it is the same like when you visit a doctor and pay for their competent diagnose and accurate medical treatment.

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