ALF stands on a number of core principles which are representative of its values. As a legal representative in the society, ALF is obligated to provide transparent consultancies and is strictly compliant with the general principles of the practice. Furthermore, we are committed to providing high-quality services built on the following:
ALF is committed to being sincere and honest in all our dealings with clients by providing strongly established legal consultations and by always explaining the advantages and disadvantages or "strengths & weaknesses" of the client's legal position.
ALF believes that transparency and sincerity between parties is the foundation of any contract even more so in consultancy relationships.
ALF believes in the importance of academic specialty, and cognitive capacity of its personnel. ALF’s members are highly trained and skilled individuals who always aim to meet the requirements of their clients. In addition, specialty is reflected in our work. It is the secret of our uniqueness in a world that offers a wide range of legal service. What distinguishes us is our communication, integrity, knowledge, excellence, and experience that add value, protection, and advice.
Protecting the interests and rights of clients is our paramount duty. We provide the highest level of protection of clients’ rights and interests in our contracts, internal regulations, rules of procedures and legal representation. In addition, data security is important to us. We utilize the latest technology to preserve our clients' data.
Our firm is steadfast in observing the general principles of confidentiality and secrecy which governs all our relations with the clients, their cases, and their data. This secrecy extends to the nature of the client’s matter, the value of transactions, annual assignments, settlements and the potential lawsuits to be filed. Our firm maintains the secrets and confidences of its clients. We never under any circumstance and without the consent or permission of its clients, divulge any information provided in confidence except as may be required by courts, for court proceedings, preparing memos, documents, and within the profession principles limitation.