Latin Legal Terms

Admoneo

Admoneo – this legal term means to admonish, to advise (somebody). For example, the job which lawyers and attorneys do is to advise their clients in order to find solution of their legal issues. The legal practitioner should produce and give the most appropriate and useful legal advice in order to achieve the most appropriate solution of the problem for his/her client. The client, on the other hand, should consult with a lawyer always where he/she meets a legal problem which they are not familiar with – in order to avoid any negative outcome. It should be noted that being legal practitioners, bona-fide lawyers and attorneys-at-law do not practice their job for free. Legal advice and protection of people’s interests is paid as any other type of job – including the legal consultations and legal representation. The efforts which lawyers put in proper performance of their legal activities should be respected and valued by the people who seek their help. The same situation occurs when you visit a doctor – you pay for consultation and for eventual medical treatment.

Popular Posts



Bear that none of the listings on this dictionary and its explanations does not represent legal advice, and should not be considered applicable to any individual case or legal suit. All the definitions and interpretations have been stipulated with a theoretical purpose only to deliver more concrete information to the visitor of the website about the term or phrase itself.