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Harassed Hunsband (prop)     15 September 2012

Please reply... regarding ........


1.) If I appoint a lawyer for my Divorce, is it compulsory / necesarry that I have to go with that lawyer only.....???


2.) Can I change the lawyer or do I need NOC form the lawyer.....? and what if lawyer refuses NOC....?


3.) Can I keep two lawyers for my case for argument......?


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Prashant Ghai (Advocate) (     15 September 2012

Well, if you do appoint a lawyer, and he is not able to present your case properly, you can always change the lawyer.

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Harassed Hunsband (prop)     15 September 2012

Thank you Sir,


I am appointing a lawyer for my case but,

Want to know, is it that I have to compulsorily stick to that lawyer only or weather I can appoint different

lawyer for next date.....?

Do i need NOC from previous lawyer.....?

My lawyer is not answering my calls we have a next date soon....??

ADVOCATE Prem Joshi (Advocate/ Legal Consultant)     15 September 2012

You can change your lawyer anytime without any noc.
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1. NO

2. NOC is not required for changing the lawyer.

3. Yes


Ashish Davessar


Supreme Court of India

Punjab and Haryana High Court

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Harassed Hunsband (prop)     17 September 2012

Thank you So much for the reply...

Adv. Prashant Ghai, Adv. Ashish Davessar &  Adv.Prem Joshi

stanley (Freedom)     17 September 2012

Dear Harassed , 

You  can go as per the above Advocates replies as well as you can sumbit your own written arguments if you are converent as you know your case very well with just a  date and your signature and the courts would accept this .so dont worry be happy .

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Harassed Hunsband (prop)     17 September 2012

Thank you Adv. Stanley..... Its given me some stand here in the court...

stanley (Freedom)     17 September 2012

Dear Harassed . 

I am No ADV ....:)

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