Our advocacy fees are based on the total amount of time used in a particular case and the fee is 235,00 €/h + VAT 24 % (total of 291,40 €/h).
However, in demanding or large-scale matters of law, our fee is 260,00 €/h + VAT 24 % (total of 322,40 €/h).
In family and inheritance matters our fee is 190,00 €/h + VAT 24% (total of 235,60 €/h). This fee is applied for example assisting with the distribution of matrimonial assets, making an estate inventory and assisting with the distribution of inheritance.
We apply a fixed price for the following legal documents:
- Prenuptial agreements 248,00 € (includes VAT 24 %)
- Testaments 248,00 € (includes VAT 24 %)
- Continuing powef of attorney 248,00 € (includes VAT 24 %)
The aforementioned set fees include a consultation, a drafted document and proof of witness. In addition, this fixed price includes the registration of the prenuptial agreement to the Digital and Population Data Services Agency, which charges 49,00 € in addition to our services in such matters. In the case of testaments, we offer the keeping thereof free of charge in our repository. If the document in question is larger in scope that on average or is drafted outside of our offices, our fee is 190,00 €/h + VAT 24% (total of 235,60 €/h) for the time spent into the assignment.
Other costs stemming from specific authorities involved in the case, in addition to other case-related costs, will be billed separately. For example, as travel expenses, we charge ticket expenses or for using our own car we charge 0,41 €/km. For greater than average amounts of printouts we charge 0,60 €/page.
You may ask for free initial half-hour consultation. During initial consultation we assess the case for which the client needs judicial help along with the client’s financial wherewithal to cover our services. Along with the initial consultation, we check whether the clients’ home insurance, business insurance or legal expenses insurance might cover part of the expenses. Individual clients may also seek legal assistance from the government free of charge. Free initial consultation is primarily kept by telephone and it must be agreed with the attorney in advance.