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Neolegal's lawyers are all members in good standing of the Quebec Bar. They are chosen on their ability to provide the best advice quickly and easily.
Once you have made the payment, you will receive your credentials by e-mail to access your virtual legal portal. The virtual legal portal allows you to communicate with your lawyer and to transmit or receive information and documents useful to your file. A customer service agent will be at your disposal to answer your questions throughout the process with Neolegal.
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Consulting a lawyer can help you know your rights in a specific situation, advise you on which legal process is best suited to your case, and understand the application of the laws in force in Quebec and Canada. If you need regular legal advice, visit our lawyer subscription package.
Usually your lawyer will ask you to tell them your situation or your expectations for this consultation. This will allow them to identify your needs and to answer precisely. It may also be that he or she asks you several questions that may seem like minor details, but that will help better determine the legal remedies available to you. As well, if you have exceeded a limitation period, or the limit of compensation that you can ask to an opposing party, if this is the reason for your consultation. In any case, your Neolegal lawyer will try to give you a complete answer supported by the right articles of law specific to your situation.
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