AdvocateKhoj helps people find the right advocate. Anyone who needs a legal assistance can present a case (answer some simple questions about their legal situation) "free of cost" on the AdvocateKhoj website without revealing his or her identity. Then, subscribing advocates of AdvocateKhoj review your case and then decide whether to respond. Once you get a reply from an advocate, we provide you with the advocate's background information so that you can make a smart decision.
Generating new clientele can be difficult and costly. Every day there are clients in need of legal services and some may be right around the corner or down the street from you! Wouldn't it be great to find new clients without ever leaving your office or home - potentially generating new clients every day? With AdvocateKhoj, an advocate can just log on to our website to connect with clients with whom they would really want to work with and not just with any stranger who has a legal problem! Also by becoming a member of AdvocateKhoj, you can get steady case flow, selective clients and in turn increased revenues and hence build a successful practice.
Advocates are admitted to the AdvocateKhoj program only after they meet strict professional standards and in accordance with consumer demands in a given market.
To become a subscribing member of AdvocateKhoj, you need to be foremost, an advocate with a good standing with the local BAR Council. Apart from this you need to qualify our screening process and pay your membership fees. For a detailed process flow of our intake process, please "click here".
No. AdvocateKhoj is not a law firm and does not practice law. AdvocateKhoj does not offer any legal advice, recommendations, mediation, or counseling under any circumstance. AdvocateKhoj is only a "communication platform" to bring clients and advocates together; a nationwide system using the latest technologies.
No. AdvocateKhoj is not a referral service. To the contrary, AdvocateKhoj does not refer its subscribing members to its consumers; rather, the consumers present their case to AdvocateKhoj using the on-line questionnaires, and the subscribing advocates respond directly to those prospective clients with whom they are sincerely interested to work with.
No. AdvocateKhoj does not place any subscribing advocates' name or contact information into the public view. No client has the ability to view or otherwise obtain the name or contact information of any subscribing advocate of AdvocateKhoj. Such information is confidential and not provided to clients. However, once a prospective client has agreed to our User Agreement, and has completed the on-line case questionnaires, the subscribing advocate can respond to the client’s submission, and only then does that client receive the name and contact information of that advocate who had responded to his case.
Unfortunately, AdvocateKhoj does not allow communication among the subscribing advocates. The only way you can know about this is, when you are contacted by a prospective client. The reason why AdvocateKhoj does not collect such information is because AdvocateKhoj is only a communication platform between advocates and consumers and we do not dictate or govern the fees charged by an advocate for his/her service.
When a case is posted at AdvocateKhoj, by default the system allots 6 months for the client to get the right advocates after which the case is archived. If during these 6 months, a client is able to find an advocate, we expect the client to delete his/her case otherwise the system archives it as stated above.
No. AdvocateKhoj does not interfere with the fees charged by an advocate for his/her work. An advocate is responsible for collection of fees as per his/her discretion and AdvocateKhoj does not take part in it.
Yes, the blog postings would be reviewed before they are posted on to the public page. The blog should focus on niche area of the law or jurisdiction and should meet the guidelines set by AdvocateKhoj panel as per the User Agreement. Also the blog shouldn't promote any business or entity.
Sawaal-Jawaab (Question and Answer) is a unique method by which a user can ask questions on topics related to law colleges in India and others can share their knowledge. All you need to do is create an account and post your Sawaal or Jawaab.
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