To trust a lawyer to represent you on a legal process in China

A lawyer in China may represent you to maintain your legal right and sometimes you need a right lawyer for the legal process

With the fast economic development of Chna, many foreigners or foreign corporations are doing business with Chinese. Sometimes, you might have some disputes with the counterparty, and may have to file or participate a lawsuit when an effort to negotiate doesn’t come to a success.  In such case, you decide to file a legal action and to hire a lawyer of China may become necessary for settling the dispute. To engage a trustful, knowledgable and experienced lawyer is important to increase your chances to prevail in a legal proceeding.


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Above all, as prescribed by laws, you should appoint a Chinese lawyer to participate a lawsuit filed with a law court of China. If you’re a foreigner or foreign corporation, you may tend to hire a lawyer of your own country, but anyone who don’t hold a lawyer license of China, is not allowed to represent in law courts of China.
When choosing a China lawyer, you may wonder which lawyer should be the right one. Theoretically, all the licensed lawyers may be able to represent you on a lawsuit. However, different cases have their own features, and different lawyers may be good at differenct fields. What you need is not the most famous or expensive lawyer, but a lawyer who is suitable for your case. You may ask a friend/relative to refer a lawyer to you, or you may search online for the right lawyer.When you think that you’ve found one that may be fit for your case, you’d better make an appointment with the lawyer, and go to the lawyer’s office to have a upfront consulation with the lawyer in perason. Usually there is a counsulting fee. you could get his opinion of the case, and ask questions that you’re concerned about. You may be very familiar with your case, but you might not understand it in a legal view. By consultation, you may see know that proofs you need to collect and the risks in a legal action.
Finally, when you trust a lawyer in China, don’t forget to have a written Agreement with the law firm/lawyer, which would set out your rights and obligations.
In addition, If you appoint a Chinese lawyer when you’re still abroad and can’t come to the law office and sign the documents in presence of the lawyer, you may need to grant POA (power of attorney) and get it legalized, usually it’s nortarized by the Nortary Public and then have it authenticated by the China Embassy the correspondent Country.

If you have any more question about how to trust a lawyer in China to take care of your case, call the Lawyer Jingzhan.Wang from Tianjin Bozhuan Law Firm to get more advice.

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