Elea Avocat

106 rue Cardinet - 75017 Paris /



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The legal office respects the values of the profession according to the national regulation of the lawyers (RIN). The lawyer exercise its functions with dignity, conscience, independance, honesty and humanity […]It also complies with, in this exercise, the principles of honor, loyalty, selflessness, confraternity, delicacy, moderation and courtesy. He shows, in respect of its customers, competence, dedication, diligence and prudence. (Art. 1.3 of the RIN).


Dignity of the lawyer 


The lawyer undertakes to treat all cases with dignity, restraint, reserve and respect due to the client and his family, but also in respect of his colleagues. It may in particular not use lies to ensure defense.

The lawyer is inspired by the moral and professional rigor. The lawyer recognises the importance of the interests to be defended and continued willingness to work in good conscience. Therefore, it remains free to refuse a file that would run against him.



Relationship of trust


Each case is followed by a lawyer and a single contact for priority is ensured between lawyer and client. At any time, the lawyer remains available to his client. 





Our office emphasises a personal relationship and long-term client adapted to their needs and requests.





Honorary depends on the type of file:


Honorary past tense (fees fixed at 150 € / hour);


Honorary lump;

  • Additional fee determined based on the result;

  • Subscription agreement (monthly or yearly).

  • The fees of the firm are subject to 19.60% VAT.


The office may provide resolution provisions depending on the nature of the case. 

Payments can be spread over several months, given the particular circumstances of the customer.


In France, litigants who do not have sufficient income may, subject to fulfilling the conditions prescribed by the Law n ˚ 91-647 of 10 July 1991, obtain legal aid. According to the income of the person, legal aid will be total or partial.

For more information, contact the Office of Jurisdictional Help (BAJ) 01 44 32 76 61. The B.A.J. is located at 1, Quai de Corse (within the Commercial Court, ground floor) in Paris in the 4th arrondissement.