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Solicitors

Solicitors

Solicitors are the “Law Experts” and the professionals who practice Law. They are the experts who are legally allowed to practice Law, having professional education, experience and a bar council license. The requirements to practice for Solicitors can be different in different regions. England Wales accepts the solicitor who can practice as per the provision of the Solicitor Act 1947. Solicitor needs to have a practising certificate. The number of Solicitors working in England is more than the number of Barristers. Finding a professional, competent and relevant solicitor is a serious concern. Conveyancing Solicitor is a fully qualified solicitor who is the need of a serious matter indeed. Family Law Solicitor, Civil Law Solicitor, Employment Law Solicitor, Real Estate Solicitor, and Divorce Law Solicitor are a few types of solicitors.

Barrister:  

Barristers work at a higher level than a solicitor. Normally Solicitor is a law expert supposed to draft the legal memos and legal documents while Barristers are more to appear in courts. Barristers also have to wear wigs and gowns. Barristers are also always considered as having knowledge higher than Solicitors. Solicitors can also appear in courts but Barristers are the specialist of Law, who is more to appear in court than solicitors. Barristers are for the complicated Law, for the cases serious in nature and bigger in nature.

A Solicitor is a Practitioner:   

An experienced, licensed and professional law practitioner who is permitted to practice law. He helps in drafting legal documentation, he helps in offering legal representation, and he helps in representing the plaintiff and defending the defendants. He helps in providing legal counselling, he helps in saving the client’s interest. Solicitors help the common person of the society, small businesses, medium level businesses, big enterprises, government sector, semi-government sectors, private sectors etc. 

Resolves Disputes:

Solicitors a kind of private mediator, who resolves the disputes between two parties or more than one party. It is also called Contentious Legal Work. It involves drafting settlement agreements, arranging meetings between two parties, try to resolve the matter outside the court amicably. Even the solicitors can also prefer in court the middle way which is to resolve the dispute.

Dealing with Personal Matters:

This type of business responsibility of a Solicitor is to deal with the non-legal work and tasks of people. These people are obviously the clients therefore, they have to deal with them. These Solicitors do manage:

  • Managing Properties’ legal work
  • Managing businesses’ legal work
  • Buying and Selling of Properties
  • Buying and Selling of Investments, Businesses, Commercial things etc
  • Providing legal ideas and help on business and matters with other business companies.
  • Accompany the clients who are business owners in their business meetings.
  • Drafting legal documentation.
  • Check business documents, investment documents, or checking business research papers.

Private Practice:

Solicitors can practice privately but they must be licensed and permitted to practice law. Solicitors can work with different organizations as a business solicitor. Much larger level organizations have to hire a legal counsellor to establish the department, where solicitors or solicitors are required. This is a private job of a solicitor.

Law Firm Practice:

Solicitors can work for law firms as their employees. Once again, he has to be authorized, licensed and permitted to practice law. They can help in drafting the court papers, and legal documents and if required they can also appear in court.

Law Firm Business:

Law Firm is a serious business if done by the experts. Just to be a licensed solicitor is not enough to open a Law Company and run a Law Company.

Regulation:

In the United Kingdom, Solicitors Regulation Authority is responsible to regulate solicitors and law firms. Even the same authority has to regulate the non-legal professionals in Law Offices. Check as per your country about the Solicitors regulation.

Solicitors in England and Wales:

As per the regulatory authority for Solicitors, a solicitor has to have:

  • Professional Law Academic Degree
  • Legal Experience
  • License

Lawyer and Solicitor : 

Lawyers and Solicitors are the same. The lawyer is a general term used to describe all the other terms like solicitors, advocates, and barristers. A lawyer is a person having a license and permission to act as an advocate, and legal consultant and appear in court.

Solicitor in Dubai:

Solicitors in Dubai or Lawyers in Dubai are the UAE National Lawyers or Advocates who are only permitted to attend court sessions and attend the hearings. Solicitors in Dubai and the Lawyers in Dubai, are popular due to several reasons. They are competent and fulfil the definition of quality. They are among the Top Lawyers and Top Legal Consultants in world.

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