The remuneration is determined individually with each client prior to the conduct of the case.

Before entering into a contract for the provision of legal services is presented to the customer detailed and accurate calculation of the cost statement and the future of legal aid, taking into account any variant of its grant, depending on the type, form, time and scope of legal aid.

In determining the quantum of compensation takes into account the type, nature of the case, its subject, complexity and the amount of work required and the costs suffered by the Attorney.W duly take into account the financial situation, family and personal customer, especially in terms of how, form, payment terms , any advances, spreading payments in installments. In the event that the cost of execution of the order of the first tips will be counted against the salary due for the conduct of the case, otherwise the compensation covers only the cost of legal advice laid down by the / in the criteria.

In determining the amount of remuneration, the system is used for both hourly rates, as well as a system of lump sum. In the case of litigation and proceedings before other public authorities, it is possible to determine additional compensation for certain score ended the proceedings. The choice of a particular remuneration system depends on whether it is permanent or one-time legal assistance request, the comprehensive assessment taking into account the circumstances mentioned in the second paragraph.

It should be noted also that the costs represent a client before the Court in the cases examined in civil proceedings and administrative court depends on the value of the claim that is the subject of proceedings. In determining the remuneration of the cases in the first place, the provisions of the Ordinance of the Minister of Justice dated 28 September 2002. On fees for lawyers, and incur the Treasury unpaid costs of legal aid granted ex officio (Dz. U. No 163, item. 1348, as amended), which define the minimum rates for lawyers in certain categories of cases. In accordance with § 3. 2 of the Regulation.