Legal Advice Curaçao
Are you looking for legal advice Curaçao or on another island of the the Dutch Caribbean, the former Netherlands Antilles: Aruba, Bonaire, Saint Maarten, Saba or Saint Eustatius (Statia)? You can visit us at our law firm in Curacao for a first consult with an attorney, or you can contact us via email of phone, our attorneys will be happy to give you legal advice. For contact details for legal advice by an attorney in Curacao, please click here http://www.tripleattorneys.com/contact/
Legal Advice Curaçao by an attorney during Free Walk-in-Consult
A free walk-in consultation at Triple A Attorneys offers you a comfortably low threshold to cross and put forward your legal issues to a competent specialist without so to speak, having the meter running. Our law firm is as associated with a network of law firms in The Netherlands, all with a free first legal advice: https://www.inloopspreekuuradvocaat.nl/english.html
Having a free walk-in consultation by an attorney is usually possible each Monday afternoon between 14h00 and 15h00 in our office in Curacao. You may either apply for a session ahead of time or just take your chances by showing up unannounced. During such a session a lawyer will always be present for your legal advice. The attending lawyer will consider if your query can be dealt with on the spot, a follow-up session will be needed, or if a referral should be made.
Areas of Legal Advice Curaçao
Legal advice can be given in civil matters as well as penal cases. Our law firm handles a general practice and our lawyers have different specialties. For more information about the different areas of legal advice of your Triple A Attorney in Curacao please look at ‘expertise’ on our website http://www.tripleattorneys.com/expertise
Legal Advice in the Dutch Caribbean on Triple A Level!
All our lawyers at Triple A Attorneys are entitled to give legal advice and to practice law within all of the Dutch Caribbean territory, which consist of the islands Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St. Eustatius (Statia) and St. Maarten (formerly known as the Netherlands Antilles).
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