When disagreements about a legal relationship cannot be resolved amicably, a dispute will inevitably arise. Disputes will be settled in court after one of the parties files a lawsuit. To increase your chances of emerging victorious from a dispute, it is best to have a trained legal practitioner on your side.
We will be with you throughout the process, carrying out activities such as
Consultancy and case evaluation.
Our work focuses on providing legal advice and assistance to professional standards in various fields.
Our team of lawyers is ready to provide you with legal advice on any situation you are facing and to help you find appropriate solutions to resolve them.
We expect you to come to a meeting where you detail your case, and after the discussion, we will analyze all the options, and with you, we will choose the right one.
Negotiating a transaction.
Some litigation could be avoided if the parties tried pre-negotiation to reach a settlement, which is why our team can help you avoid a costly lawsuit by negotiating with the other party and drafting the settlement agreement.
Settlement is the contract by which the parties prevent or extinguish a dispute, including at the enforcement stage, by mutual concessions or waivers of rights or by the transfer of ownership from one to the other. The judgment by which the parties conclude the settlement is a legal contract, which is why the parties must have the capacity to dispose of their rights. It can be concluded personally by the parties or by an agent with an extraordinary power of attorney.
The settlement must be in writing and will form the operative part of the judgment. The parties may appear at any time during the trial, even without having been summoned, to ask for a judgment to be given to confirm their settlement.
Drafting and filing the claim or drafting the defendant’s defense in the form of a statement of defense.
A lawsuit starts when the claim is registered with the court, after which the defendant is allowed to defend by way of defense. Whether you want to sue a person or you have been sued and are a defendant, we are here to help you with everything from drafting these specific documents.
According to Article 192 NCPC, any person may apply to the courts for a writ of summons to defend his rights and legitimate interests. In specific cases provided for by law, the court may also be seised by other persons or bodies.
The writ of summons is the procedural document that originates from the plaintiff and aims to entrust the court with the settlement of a civil lawsuit, establishing the limits within which the case will be judged and the evidence to be administered. The statement of defense, on the other hand, is the procedural document by which the defendant responds to the application for a writ of summons and by which, before the oral hearing of the case, he sets out in writing his defenses and also indicates the evidence on which those defenses are based.
Representation before the courts.
The Blaj Law team can represent and assist you during any phase of the process, with lawyers specialized in everything from criminal law to employment law or real estate law.
The lawyer has the right to assist and represent the natural and legal person before all courts. A legal assistance contract will be concluded between the party and the lawyer, expressly setting out the powers of attorney that the client confers on the lawyer. The lawyer will be authorized to appear with power of attorney before the court.
The Blaj Law team can also represent and assist you in criminal proceedings if you are a suspect, defendant, injured party, civil party, civilly liable party, or witness. We can provide an effective legal defense before the prosecution and represent you in court.
Appeals are the procedural means by which interested parties can seek and obtain the setting aside of unlawful or unreasonable judgments.
Procedural provisions have created the necessary conditions for courts or other bodies with judicial activity to deliver sound and lawful decisions. However, there are also cases in which judgments are rendered which are unfounded or illegal, either because of mistakes made by the courts or other bodies engaged in a judicial activity when assessing the factual circumstances or because of the misapplication of the law to the case before the court, or because of the insufficiency of the evidence or because of misrepresentation by one of the parties. To ensure that such errors are corrected, the law has created the possibility of judicial review by establishing various remedies, which can be used to seek review of judgments deemed to be unlawful or unreasonable and to have errors corrected. This is the purpose of the treatments.
Appeals allow you to rectify mistakes made by the courts by bringing them before higher courts, which review the legality and merits of the contested decision.
Thanks to our experience in this field, we are here to advise you when it is useful and appropriate to exercise an appeal, but also to help you find the arguments by which you can challenge the solution offered by the court.