- Legal Consultation in person and over video-calling
- Legal Opinions
- MAT(Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal) Cases at Aurangabad and Mumbai
- High Court Cases at Aurangabad, Bombay and Nagpur
- Mediation and out of court settlements
- Pro Bono efforts towards social causes of large significance leading to a public interest litigation (which cases fall under this category is strictly at the discretion of our office)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Have a first consultation with us. We discuss possible remedies in your specific situation.
- Once we have decided on which legal remedy (or remedies as the case may be if we are going for a multi-pronged remedy), we let you know which documents are needed and how you can procure them. The next step is for you to gather the relevant documents
- Once the documents are ready, we generate a vakil-patra (Vakalatnama or power of attorney) and Affidavit for you to sign
- Depending on the complexity of the facts, either your instructions will be obtained and you would be free to go, OR you will be asked to be present for dictation performed while drafting the matter to provide any additional details of the circumstances as well as validate what is being drafted.
- Once drafted your case will be registered and filed. You will be asked to sign the drafted pleadings/reply and deposit the necessary court fees and Xerox charges (for details about the components of the burden of expenses see below)
- Sit back and relax for updates via sms for your court hearings. Final court orders will be posted via our facebook page and if it applies to you, you will receive a sms from us.
- If your case lacks legal merit and the likelihood of getting relief is insignificant then we strongly advice you against doing it during the initial consultation but leave the decision in your hands once you are made aware of all facts.
- In any case we always explain and walk you through what recourses we can avail for your specific situation and provide likelihood of success and what that success means in each of those scenarios, based on our previous experiences and legal acumen.
- Renisha Madam (Receptionist)
- Walmik Bhaiya(Clerk)
AT YOUR OWN PERIL and only in EXTREMELY URGENT situations.
If what you need to know doesn't need immediate attention and can wait a little bit you are better off contacting the reception, or Pradnya Talekar. Adv SB Talekar is extremely busy and has a tight schedule, and your by-passing the standard procedures will not help you because he will ultimately redirect you to somebody else for mundane matters that don't need his immediate attention.
- Advocacy Fees: This is inclusive of all efforts on our part for preparing and arguing the case. This is NOT a result based fees but rather a charge for preparation and effort. This is due in parts, once prior to admission and at least once again prior to final hearing, and at most once during each intermediate hearing depending on complexity of the matter and the resource pool of our office dedicated towards preparation of the hearing.
- Court Fees: This is a charge that the court levies for admitting your case for formal legal procedures. This is due at admission of the case.
- Printing and copying charges: This is expense for printing and copying (xeroxing) your documents to be served to the court and each party on the opposing side. This is due whenever additional documents are generated/ become available and need to be formally submitted. This is NOT INCLUDED in our Advocacy Fees.
- We will file your case within a week from completion of preliminary procedures.
- In cases of extreme urgency (for example bail applications) we expedite our processes and procedures and file application the same day or the next day.
- Adjournments will never be taken at our behest for want of preparation.
- We will strive to get your matter heard at the earliest and decided favorably.
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