frequently asked

We are a legal services platform where a client can get in touch with the lawyers and get advice instantly. We also offer some inhouse documentation services which are currently limited to only major cities in India

Once the client selects the lawyers from the list, he needs to book an appointment with that lawyer. Both the client as well lawyer will get a notification immediately. Lawyer would confirm the appointment depending on his availability. After which client can make the online payment under the appointment section and be ready for the conversation at the time of appointment.

Yes, for the security purposes, you are required to register

Depending on the experience, each lawyer has put up their consultation fee. You can have a look at it.

Depending on the experience, each lawyer has put up their consultation fee. You can have a look at it.

All the lawyers listed in our app or web portal are verified list of lawyers and all are BAR council members and also currently practicing lawyers.

Usually consultation can go on till One hour. If the client wants to discuss for more time, then, he has make the payment.

No, we take the payment beforehand, to ensure quality and standards. Lawyers are paid only after you reviewing with the client.

You can leave your query on the app or web portal. There are some lawyers who would like to provide free advice as well. As and when LICIT or the lawyers listed with us, see the post, would reply to it.

You have 2 weeks from the time of appointment after you mutually agree with the lawyer. The same can be extended upto one month, depending on the lawyer’s discretion. After one month the appointment will be termed invalid.

If you are not satisfied with the advice received by the lawyer, we would assign a in-house case manager to look into the issue and get it sorted immediately and if you are still not satisfied, will take actions for refund. (Partial or Full or None depending on the issue)

Write the introduction to the will. Start by clearly labeling the document “Last Will and Testament.”...
Pick an executor.
Recognize your heirs. ...
Name a guardian for any minor or dependent children. ...
Appraise and partition your property. ...
Sign the will. ...
Sign by witness

• You can file a criminal complaint if you are the actual victim of a crime.
• Should file the complaint within 3 months.
• You can make complaint against either a particular person or against an unknown person.
• You can withdraw the complaint at anytime. But for claim against crime you should give complaint on proper time.
• You can file a criminal complaint at any police station, either verbally or in writing or you can file a written complaint with the public prosecutor.

• You should be a consumer for giving complaints in consumer court
• Before giving complaint you should provide a notice to supplier or service provider regarding rectifying the issue. It is a one month notice. You should address the notice to nearest address available.
• Complaint must be filed within 2 years or you should have reasonable cause for delay, then you can request.
• It is better to be index regarding each document ant page
• Complaint – containing details of the grievance, preferably arranged in chronological order; briefly giving the ground on which relief is claimed, and the relief (including legal costs, damages and interest) claimed. Consumer should be signed in complaint.
• You or your close relative can appear in forum.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) would be a consequential step in the reform of indirect taxation in India. GST is an indirect tax reform constitutional amendment cleared by the Rajya Sabha which affects all of us. GST will try to remove tax barriers between states and makes into a single market. GST is put forward to be a comprehensive indirect tax levy on the manufacture, sale, and expenditure of goods and services at the national level. It will replace all indirect taxes levied on goods and services by the Nation’s Central and State governments. Read more

Right to Safety:
Right to safety explains the right to be protected against the marketing of goods and services, which are perilous to life and property. It is the consumer’s responsibility to use the product for its meant purpose and correctly follow the instructions and warnings.

Right to be Informed:-
The right to be informed concerns about the quality, quantity, potency, purity, standard and price of goods or services so that consumers can make intelligent decision on purchasing a particular product. Right to be informed is to protect the consumer against unfair trade practices. This right also ensures that it is illegal for companies to enhance dishonest or misleading advertising or labeling and consumers are responsible for scrutinizing all information

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The Constitution of India is one of the finest equality documents in the world. It gives provisions to secure equality in general and gender equality in particular. The Preamble, the Fundamental Rights, DPSPs and other constitutional provisions provide several general and special safeguards to secure women’s human rights.
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Cheque is a kind of bill of exchange and is enclosed the Negotiable Instrument Act (hereinafter referred as the Act). In India, Cheque bounce is a criminal offence.Cheques are issued for the reason of securing proof of payment. However, cheques remain a reliable method of payment for many people. Crossed and account payee cheques are not negotiable by any person other than the payee. It has to be deposited into his bank account. It is always advisable to issue crossed “Account Payee Only” cheques in order to avoid its misuse. It may be better to date the cheque invariably. A cheque is valid for six months only, from the date specified in the cheque for payment. After the period of six months, that cheque may be named as a ‘stale cheque’. Blank cheques are not advisable.
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Sexual harassment at work can take many forms, includes any avoidable sexual advances either verbal or through gestures or through use of sexually suggestive or pornographic material, and includes amongst others; whistling, sexually slanting and obscene remarks or jokes; comments about physical appearance; demands for sexual favours; threats, innuendoes; avoidable physical contacts, touching, patting, pinching; physical assaults and molestation of and towards women workers by their male colleagues, or any one who for the time being is in a position to sexually harass the women.
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A Medico-Legal Case can be defined as a case of injury or ailment, etc., in which investigations by the law-enforcing agencies are essential to fix the responsibility regarding the causation of the injury or ailment. In simple language, it is a medical case with legal implications for the attending doctor where the attending doctor, after eliciting history and examining the patient, thinks that some investigation by law enforcement agencies is essential. Or a legal case requiring medical expertise when brought by the police for examination
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Sexual abuse towards a child is called “Paedophilia”, which is a psychic disorder when a person is attracted towards a child. A person who is diagnosed with pedophilia must be at least 16 years old, but adolescents must be at least five years older than the prepubescent child for the attraction to be diagnosed as pedophilia. The individual’s with Paedophilia must have intense and recurrent sexual urges and fantacies about pre-pubertal children.
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Consequent to the horrible growth of dowry system, it has become a part of marriage. In fact, before fixing a marriage or engagement, dowry is demanded as a precondition. In this extremely commercial world, where nothing matters other than money, why would I lose my chance of becoming a Millionaire overnight? After all, we all love shortcuts which make us overnight rich and this is the one with a sure shot win. This is the common mentality that everyone should be punishable. There is no fear of being outcast or being looked down upon. Interventions such as raised social support at the community level should help to eradicate dowry system.
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Many entrepreneurs aren’t specialist in the fields of business law and more, are starting with a capital of limited to non-existent budget. Hiring lawyers who are friends, relatives or others who offer steep fee discounts makes mistakes in forming their business and can cause enormous problems later. When looking to form a business entity, the most important point is to get assistance from an expert business lawyer as it will lay a strong legal foundation.
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Title Deed / Certificate of Title of the land:

Make sure that the title deed of the land is in the name of the seller. Also, you should verify that he has full right to sell the land and that he is the sole owner of the land. It would be wise to get the title deed reviewed by a lawyer.

Encumbrance Certificate:

An encumbrance certificate is evidence that the property has no monetary and legal liabilities. The encumbrance certificate can be obtained from the sub-registrars office where the deed for the land has been registered. In all cases, governmental authorities will urge on a 13-30 years encumbrance certificate.

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One of the major problems with adequately defining cybercrime is the lack of factual statistical data on these crimes. Laws in different jurisdictions define terms differently, and it is important for law enforcement officers who investigate crimes, also the network administrators who engaged in prosecuting cyber crime need to become familiar with the applicable laws.

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In a country where thousands of people are fighting with the legal system, we need Lawyers who can understand the common man’s problem and stand as a bridge between them and the legal system.Lawyers must be the representative of the society and they must maintain their responsibilities in every possible way.
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