The remuneration for legal services is negotiated individually with the client depending on the complexity of the case being solved, its time demands, etc., in a contract on the provision of legal services according to Act no. No. 85/1996 Coll., on Advocacy, as amended.
The remuneration agreed on the basis of the aforementioned contract is either a lump sum, a share or an hourly rate.
If the contract on the provision of legal services is not concluded, the remuneration is charged on the basis of Decree No. 177/1996 Coll., on lawyers fees and lawyers compensation for the provision of legal services (attorney’s tariff).
For clients who are interested in long-term cooperation, I offer the possibility to arrange a flat monthly fee for the provision of legal services, which takes into account the expected length of cooperation and the expected scope of provided legal services, thus enabling better conditions than one-time cooperation.
The agreed remuneration does not include costs of court, administrative, notarial and other administrative fees, translations from or into a foreign language, travel expenses, etc. These costs are charged to the client in addition to the agreed remuneration.