Q: How do I get a consultation with your firm?
A. Simply call us at +372 58 666 511 and let us know that you would like to consult about a legal matter. We will ask you a few questions to understand your problem and may give you preliminary advice on how to proceed. There is no obligation and your call will be treated confidentially - we're here to help. You can also email us at info at remos dot ee.
Q: Why should I have a lawyer review a business contract?
A. The implications of terms in a contract are often difficult to foresee at the time of drafting and signing an agreement. It is our job to foresee both the implications of various clauses in a contract, as well as circumstances which might make the contract inadequately or improperly worded.
This perspective is difficult to have if you are not familiar with contractual language or experienced with the issues that arise when things go wrong in a business relationship.
Q: How will I know what’s happening with my case?
A: At REMO's Law Firm, we value your trust. We understand that you want to be kept aware about your case, and we ensure that a skilled, knowledgeable staff member will be available to discuss it with you at all times. We make it a priority to keep you informed of your case at every step, and share all important documents and correspondence with you. You are encouraged to contact the lawyer’s legal assistant or attorney at any time.
Q: How will I be kept informed of my case?
A. We are aware that you have a busy schedule and yet want to stay informed on your case proceedings. Although we would like to talk to you weekly by telephone, that would be neither practical nor productive. Legal matters have a way of stretching out over long periods of time. It may often seem like ages have gone by without activity. However, much behind-the-scenes work is being completed so that on the day your case is ready, nothing is overlooked.
We will keep you informed of any important update on your case so that you are well up-to-date, but not overwhelmed.
We are here to support you and take some stress away by keeping track of all of the detailed proceedings in your case. You are encouraged to contact the attorney at any time.
Q: What types of cases does your law firm handle?
A. We handle claims in private law and at all levels of litigation within private law matters. Our areas of practice include Business Law, Employment and Labor Law, Real Estate, Family Law, Data protection, Litigation. Also we can assist you in the matters concerning residence permit in Estonia.
Q: Do I need to come into your office and meet you in person to retain you, or to receive legal services
A. It is preferable to come to our office so that you can become acquainted with the attorney who will be working diligently on your case. However, when it is not possible, we can schedule a date and time to meet with you at a location that is more convenient within Harjumaa. In addition, we can facilitate business electronically to save time and money.
Q: Will I have to go to court?
A. You will not necessarily have to go to court. If you are represented by an attorney then your presence is necessary only if court requires so. However, it does not apply to court hearings in Family Law.
Q: How long will this process take?
A. The length of time that a legal proceeding can take varies greatly from case to case due to the very unique facts of each case. Many factors are not within our hands and often lay within the scope of the court’s schedule. Multiple developments during a proceeding can contribute to speeding up or delaying a conclusion for a case. We ensure that all deadlines are met on our part to ensure as speedy a process on your behalf as possible
Q. Why choose a “trial lawyer”?
A. Some lawyers simply do not go to court. Others will file a lawsuit on behalf of you if they cannot settle your case. However, they may not have the necessary skills to handle the lawsuit or do not want to.
They may settle cases cheaply. Our attorney is an experienced trial lawyer so you can trust her.