Understanding Your Lawyer’s Representation
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A lawyer can be generally defined as a professional hired to provide legal advice and zealously represent the best interests of his or her client in court or other legal matters. According to society, lawyers are supposed to solve our legal problems and help us achieve the specific results that we want.

A lawyer’s main duty is to advise his or her client accordingly. The lawyer must exercise independent professional judgment and deliver unbiased and frank legal advice. In this article, we’ll explore the scope of a lawyer’s representation of a particular client on a particular matter. We’ll specifically look at a lawyer’s duty to abide by his or her client’s decisions, and a lawyer’s duty, as an officer of the court, to represent his or her client within the bounds of the law.

Next, we’ll take a look at the lawyer’s duty to abide by the client’s decision.

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