Simanjuntak & Partners

Our Philosophy

Fight for Your Rights.

We can't just sit back and believe that we are deserving of what we have, rather we have to fight to keep it. That is what we see happening around society, as we fight to keep the rights that we have. When we look at the end of the sentence and the change from 'your rights' to 'what's right' it completely changes the meaning of the sentence. In the first scenario, we (or you) fight for the rights that you have been granted by some higher power. These rights can help people live more fulfilling lives, they can help foster equality, and they can provide the necessary avenues for people to find achievement without discrimination

Choose action, instead of just making promises.

We’ve become sensitized to goal-setting: most of other firms have many goals in their mind, but they're so used to not achieving them that it's okay to let them slide. Instead of setting many of these promises, we have another method instead: when it comes to delivering promises, we tend to limit the intensity of our promises to our clients and choose to remain consistent with the issues faced by our clients and give full dedication to the trust already placed in them. Clients to us as service providers who are burdened with realistic responsibilities.

Loyalty during every stage of the legal process.

The meaning of Loyal is faithful to one's sovereign, government, or state: or loyalty can be interpreted as a loyalty. This loyalty arises without coercion, but arises from self-awareness in the past. Efforts made to create client satisfaction are more likely to influence client attitudes. Similarly, the duty of loyalty has been used to justify a lawyer's advice to a client on how to avoid the effects of a regulation in the public interest and also to justify a lawyer's assertion of a technical defense to defeat a problem’s client, because loyalty is central to the continuing discussions of the lawyer ethos.

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