At this time, whether it’s individuals, organizations, companies, schools, foundations, or small and medium business entrepreneurs (SMEs) and others, it’s very important to understand how important it is to have a lawyer who provides legal services and establishes a legal service partnership or retainer with the lawyer or advocate.
- Legal Opinion or Legal Opinion
Lawyers will provide Legal Opinions to Clients in terms of legal issues related to the Legal Problems they face. Examples in the World of Companies and/or Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are giving legal opinions on Business Contracts, Agreements with Third Parties, Employment/Labor Issues, Analyzing (Reviewing) Contracts or Business Agreements in a language that is easier for clients to understand, Designing (drafting) a Contract or Agreement required by the Client, Issues concerning Civil or criminal Law, as well as providing opinions or legal advice on the continuity of the Client’s business so that it remains in compliance with applicable law.
- Legal Assistance
Lawyers will provide legal assistance to clients in each of their business activities or activities related to law against third parties, for example, such as:
a. Negotiation in terms of disputes that arise in legal matters obtained by clients concerning matters of civil law or criminal law.
b. Accompany the Client in the case of a Legal Action such as buying and selling movable and immovable goods so that all legal aspects are protected that will not harm the client in the future.
c. Take the necessary actions to prevent and/or recover losses, in the form of collection of Client’s Accounts Receivable and Assets (Debt and Asset recovery).
- Legality and Licensing
Ensure that the Legality and Licensing owned by the Client, especially a Company, are still valid and in accordance with applicable regulations, such as: Company Deeds, Decrees and Approval from the Minister of Law and Human Rights (SK Menkumham), Letters Information on Domicile, Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP), Trading Business License (SIUP), Company Registration Certificate (TDP), and Legality and Licensing