Q. 1: Why should I appoint K Prasad & Co. as the law firm acting for me?
We care for all your legal needs. Our formula for success is simple: we focus on you as our client. We enthusiastically embrace a genuine commitment to client service. We take great pride in our results. And at the end of the day, we measure our own success by the success of our clients.
Our legal team’s commitment and focus on resolving your legal issues is demonstrated in how we handle every part of the process once you choose our firm to represent you. We handle matters in a timely manner. We offer reasonable fees. We keep you involved and informed throughout the process. We are committed to demonstrating professionalism every single step of the way.
We also offer
– Free advice and consultation for the first 15 minutes
– Information and assistance on all your legal queries
– Our wealth of experience as an established and professional company
As we work on an appointment basis, please kindly give us a call before visiting.
We are very proud to represent individuals and leading companies in Singapore and in the Asia Pacific region, in a wide range of business and litigation matters.
We look forward to serving you.
Q. 2: What types of cases does your law firm handle?
We at K Prasad & Co. handle:
– Criminal Law
– Civil and Commercial Litigation
– Divorce and Family Law
– Motor Accident and Personal Injury
– Deed Polls
– Contracts, Breach of Contracts
– Commissioner of Oaths services
– Power of Attorney
– Sale and Purchase of Properties
– Employment Law
Please see the Areas of Practice tab for more information.
Q. 3: How many years have you been in practice?
K Prasad & Co. was founded by Mr K Prasad in 2007 and since its inception, has maintained steadfast commitment to trying cases and brokering beneficial settlement agreements for our clients whenever possible.
Q. 4: Do I need to come to your office?
You need to come down to the office in order to sign a Warrant to Act. This warrant confirms that you have engaged K Prasad & Co. as the law firm representing you in your case. If it is not practical to come down to the office, we can schedule a location and time that is more practical and convenient for you. We can also liaise with you electronically via our email address, email@example.com.
Q5. Where is your office located?
Our address is 151 Chin Swee Road, #03-21 Manhattan House Singapore 169876. We are conveniently located near the Chinatown MRT Station (NE4/DT19).
You can arrive here by MRT or by Bus.
By MRT: Alight at Chinatown MRT and exit from Exit C. From the top of the escalator you will see a big hawker centre. Walk through it and keep heading in that direction for about 5 mins, heading in the direction of traffic until you reach Chin Swee Estate. Manhattan House is behind Sheng Siong Supermarket.
By Bus: The nearest bus stop is ‘Opp State Ct’ along Upper Cross Street, accessible by buses 51, 143, 174, 174e and 186. Head in the direction of traffic until you reach Chin Swee Estate. Manhattan House is behind Sheng Siong Supermarket.
Q. 6: What are your office hours?
Our business hours are 9.00 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Friday. However, please feel free to call or email us after office hours. We are committed to returning our clients’ and potential clients’ calls and emails as soon as possible.
Q. 7: Do you charge for consultations?
We offer a free 15 minutes consultation. Thereafter, the consultation fee will be on a case-by-case basis, depending on the duration and complexity of the case.
Q. 8: How can I engage your law firm’s services?
Please call us at (+65) 6836 5944 to speak with a member of our staff who will schedule you a consultation, at a time that is most convenient for you, with one of our lawyers.
Q. 9: What do I do when I have a question?
You can call our office (+65) 6836 5944 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions in regards to your case. We will promptly return all calls and emails.
Q. 10: What is expected of me as a client of your firm for the initial consultation?
We will require you to come down to our office at a scheduled times. Please bring along your NRIC and relevant documents we may request.
Q. 11: Will I have to go to court?
You will not necessarily have to go to court, depending on the complexity of your case.
Q. 12: How long will this process take?
The length of time varies greatly from case to case depending on the case. Numerous developments during a proceeding can contribute to hastening or delaying a conclusion for a case. We ensure that all deadlines are met on our part to ensure as expeditious a process on your behalf as possible.