Each Case has its own length of time, civil cases are much time consuming than the Criminal Cases and family cases are diffrent in time lenght than aforesaid, the time length depends on the both parties and on judge, whether he hears the case on priority or not but on our end we try our best to proceed the case in the earliest possible.
Legal fees are set and determined by an agreement between the Advocate and the client. The agreement as to what the Advocate is to do and how much the client is to pay may be oral or in writing. The amount of the fee and the basis for the charge are determined by a number of factors:
-The amount of time spent on your problem
-The Advocate's ability, experience, and reputation
-The Strugle needed to Achieve results
-Overhead costs such as secretarial and para-professional assistance and other Miscellaneous Expenses
-Your ability to pay
-Fixed fees, in which a specific amount is agreed upon for a known service, such as Bail,Decree,Execution of decree,Divorce, Khulla and defense of a criminal charge.
-The client is always expected to pay any out-of-pocket expenses incurred in prosecuting the litigation.
Bail is the posting of security to ensure your appearance in court, Admittence to bail depends upon the Allegation and the depth of that aleged facts and its correctness, bail also depends upon the fact that the offence alleged is either bailable or non bailable.
No Lawyer can ethically guarantee a result.
this profession implies a lawyer that he must be straight with his clients, one who gives the bad news as well as the good in the same manner, the hardwork and total interest of a lawyer in his legal capacity does actully matters.