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Clients can comfortably request the date and time of the online legal consultation with the lawyer. They meet the selected lawyer face-to-face in LexMeet’s own video chat consultation platform where they could directly ask questions and make clarifications. Lawyer chosen are informed in advance of client’s legal problem with the attached documents. Follow-up legal consultation can be conveniently made by the client or and can easily arrange another lawyer’s second opinion or advice.
With its unique algorithm, LexMeet helps the client in selecting the right lawyer for its legal problem. Clients are given a LexMeet lawyer’s list that matches its legal problem with lawyers who have expertise on such field of law. Lawyer’s location and dialect are also shown to clients to better guide them in the lawyer’s selection process for their convenience and comfort.
No scam! No fake attorneys! LexMeet first checks and verifies lawyers who register in the Website to ensure that clients choices in the lawyers list are all duly licensed and member of good standing of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines. Clients directly transact with lawyers and merely use LexMeet as a meeting place to seek legal advice.
LexMeet also took steps to secure and protect client’s personal and financial information by securing our Website with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate. It secures communication between client and LexMeet using server and client authentication with encryption algorithm and cryptographic keys. Internet users associate SSL with the padlock that appears in your browser when you enter the secure area of a website. Look for this padlock sign before entering any personal or financial information online.