Janak Raj Vatsa (Advocate) (Lawyer consultant) 11 June 2022
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 12 June 2022
First, have a one-to-one talk and convince your advocate and take a second opinion from another local advocate. Depending on the important case, it is always proper to engage a professional who studies, understands and provides better guidance and makes the suit move faster through his links.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 12 June 2022
Yes, you can withdraw the vakalat and proceed as party in-person under information of your lawyer and the court.
P. Venu (Advocate) 16 June 2022
You require NOC from the advocate for change of vakalat, if he/she is willing, you bring the matter to the notice of the Court. You have option to appear party in person at your discretion.