She signed an agreement but was not explained about the fees .
Is the lawyer not obliged to explain the fees .!
The lawyer in Frankfurt was happy to explain their fees over the phone .
The lawyers in Hoffheim appear not to have discussed the fees which seems unreasonable would you not agree.
My wife went to German local lawyer for help and fairness .
She has asked for a breakdown of the invoice which has paid last week without any detail.
Is she not entitled to a breakdown of services provided ?
I await you advise.
My wife has no copy of what she signed . She was very nervous and was asked to sign authorisation so the lawyer could act for her.
He did not give her a copy or discuss fees.
The lawyer is ************ ******************
I need to restore my trust in the German Legal system .
Therefore I would appreciate your response to my reasonable questions and concerns .
Can you provide details of the Bar Association
I would also appreciate if you respond to my previous questions etc regarding giving a detail breakdown of his charges and how he arrived at them ?
You say legal fees are according to the law ? What are the range of fees according to the law ?
Whilst I appreciate your questions I do not seem to get a response to my questions even though I have requested a response regarding
What the Lawyers obligations are regarding fees , and providing a detail breakdown ?
I see no point in paying another £36.00 to send copy of invoice when I have not had a response to my original question .
This is the first time I have used your services .
Dear Customer, he has to name the Gegenstandswert, ie the sum from which the fees are calculated. He also has to name what he has done , as each action has a special fee, for example writing to court , making an agreement and so on. And he has to name the law according to which the bill is calculated.
He also has to write how much is chrages for example 1,3; 2,0 and so on
writing a letter 1,3 Geschäftsgebühr 2300 VV
Writing a letter 1,3 Gesschaaftesgebeuhr ,/ What do you mean by 2300 w is that Euro per hour ?