Hasuly Vilma Law Office

Hasuly Vilma Law Office

For a free preliminary consultation You may use the form at the bottom of the Home page and You will be contacted within 48 hours at the latest via email. For an appointment You may call 0036 70 633 2369. If unanswered, You will receive a call back within 24 hours at the latest. (more…)

„Bonitas praestat copiae”

Quality over quantity

Steps for retaining legal services

• Once you have contacted me via email or phone and briefly described the matter/issue for which you are seeking legal assistance, I will get back to you as soon as possible. • After that, either in writing or in a face to face meeting, I shall provide you with a free preliminary consultation. I will inform you as to how I can help and provide an estimate of legal costs going forward. • Next, You shall decide whether You wish to use my legal services or not; however, I am unable to provide legal advice until you retain me. • In the event that you do wish for me to represent you, I will carry out the mandatory client identification procedure and we shall sign a retainer agreement. • You will only have to pay according to the terms of the retainer agreement.

Introduction

Your attorney
Dr. Hasuly Vilma
Dr. Hasuly Vilma
I am a Hungarian qualified lawyer with experience gained at well-known international law firms specialised in corporate...

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