Independent Legal Advice
Independent legal advice is the advice that each person involved in a legal issue gets from their own lawyer. Lawyers can only give advice to one of the people involved in the agreement.
There’s no law that says you have to get independent legal advice before you sign any agreement, If you don’t, the agreement you sign might say something like “Party A understands that she is entitled to seek independent legal advice but has chosen not to do so.”
If you or the other person don’t get legal advice before you sign the agreement, a judge is more likely to set aside your agreement (replace it with a court order) if you go to court to get it changed.
Lawyers at Estofa Law provides you Independent Legal Advice and make sure your rights are explained to you and are protected at the same time. You might need Independent Legal Advice/ Representation as follows;