Frequently asked questions
How can I get in touch with one of the lawyers of this office ?

Depending on your possibilities and on your preferences, you can contact us by phone, e-mail (using any of the e-mail addresses found on this website) or using the contact page

If I require legal consultation, do I need to set up an appointment beforehand?

Because of our large volume of work, we are an appointment-based business only.
We are open Monday to Friday, from 9 AM to 6 PM.
We are closed for business during legal holidays, Saturdays and Sundays.

We strongly advise setting up an appointment a day before the desired appointment date.

Is it possible to benefit from legal consultation over the phone or over video-conference?


Are in-person meetings mandatory for signing the legal services agreements (contracts) ?

No, the entire lawyer - client collaboration can be organised using long distance means of communication. This includes the signing of the legal services agreements.

How do you set your fees?

Our fees are not predetermined; they are determined, mainly, based on the complexity of the case and on the time the lawyer takes to solve it. Secondly, in case of trials, the lawyer will also take into account where the trial will take place (if it is outside of the Sibiu County). The previous experience of the lawyer assigned to your case is also a criteria.
We offer the possibility of our clients paying the fees by installments.

What options do I have for paying the fee?

The fee can be paid cash or with a bank transfer, after being issued an invoice.

We do not accept POS (Point-of-Sale) payments.

Do you take on cases outside of the Sibiu county?


Do you work together with specialists in other related areas?

Solving your legal issues is of utmost importance to us, so in order to expedite this process, we will put you in contact with our collaborators - bailiffs, notaries, translators, judicial experts in various fields - topography, accounting, construction, plumbing etc.

Is it mandatory for me to appear personally before the court?

Generally, no (especially if you live or work abroad).
There are, however, exceptions to this rule. We strongly advise that you discuss this with your lawyer to determine the best approach for your particular case.

How long will it take for any legal proceedings that I start or that I am a part of to be completed?

Every case has its own specifics and, thus, its own time length. It is very difficult to estimate exactly how long each one will take, but it is of utmost importance to understand that your lawyer cannot, in any way, influence the duration of a legal proceeding.
Our commitment to you is that we are striving to make all interactions simple and fast and deliver the results you need in the shortest time possible.
For a more in-depth discussion related to the duration of various legal proceedings, please do not hesitate to contact us.

How can I track the progress of the proceedings that I start or that I am a part of?

Your lawyer will be in contact with you the entire time the proceedings will take place - either by phone, e-mail or by any other means that you previously agreed to. You will be notified of all the developments regarding your case, you will discuss and go over the working strategy when and as many times as necessary, you will be consulted when needed so that you will be proven, at all times, that your issue is shown the attention that it requires.

Throughout the country, the Courts' online portals allow the possibility for all parties involved in legal proceedings to access the electronic court records, either by filing a written request or by using a password. You can request this password directly from the court or from your lawyer. In most cases, you can also find it on the official subpoena.
Many other authorities and public institutions have electronic records of documents that you can access by using their dedicated online portals.