Bar license

Bar license – in most jurisdictions, bona-fide lawyers are regulated by local Bar, where they have received their Bar license, entitling them to practice as independent lawyers and represent clients. This is connected with the specific position of the attorney at law – namely a law practitioner, who has business office, business insurance for damages to clients, and respect to their problems with a view how to resolve these. Parties, educated in Law, who do not have Bar license, are usually not legally allowed to perform legal services to people against payment.

Bear that independent bona-fide lawyers do not practice law for free; their personal advocacy is paid, so when asking a lawyer for their appearance on concrete legal dispute in court hall, you should pay them for their opinion and legal advice/representation; it is the same like when you visit a doctor and pay for their competent diagnose and accurate medical treatment.

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