Okello Kinyanjui & Company Advocates is a Mombasa-based Law Firm incorporated in the year 2015. The Firm is committed to providing effective, efficient and quality professional legal services, while employing an energetic blend of youth, experience and dedication to provide legal solutions to all problems.
The objective of the Firm is to be the premier local and international law firm, providing the most effective, efficient and quality legal services. The firm provides advice on a wide spectrum of legal issues with its primary focus being achieving the best result in the clients' interests and its practice areas are wide and diverse.
Technologically the law firm is fully computerized with modern equipment, has access to the Internet and is a subscriber of major legal publications and law reports such as Halsbury’s Laws of England, All England Law Reports, East Africa Law Reports, Kenya Law Reports, East Africa Court of Appeal Reports and Law Africa Reports, in addition to a large library and relevant Case Law accumulated throughout the over 30 years of combined legal practice of the Partners. The law firm aspires to be the premier local and international law firm, providing the most effective, efficient and quality legal services.
Note:- Once a matter is concluded the outcome is communicated to the client with advice on the next cause of action, if any. The law firm will account for all monies paid to it, return all original documents unless requested to retain the same. Clients are advised to periodically revisit their matter to ascertain if there is any need for updating should there be change in law or a lapse in the obligations set out therein.
The law firm has a dedicated team of support staff who are committed to ensuring that client expectations are met, and are guided by the principle of collective responsibility, ensuring efficient and timely performance of work. The law firm also has in place modern clerical, secretarial and accounting systems and embraces all aspects of computer and other communication technology to maintain a fast and efficient means of storing and retrieving data.
The law firm's fees structure, as for all Advocates is mainly guided by law i.e. the Advocates (Remuneration) Order. Nonetheless the Firm continuously strives to remain flexible in its fee arrangement and the law firm’s fee would be raised on the basis of the following factors
On the other hand, disbursements shall, in all cases, be charged on the basis of reasonable prevailing costs for stationery, postal, telephone charges and other incidentals. Where travelling away from station is involved, accommodation, transport and related expenses shall be borne solely by the instructing client. In all cases, Value Added Tax will be raised on legal fees and on disbursements as may be required from time to time by law.
The law firm will in most cases require that a deposit on Fees be paid upfront by clients to defray initial disbursements. Credit for this amount will be given when a final fee note is raised.
The deposit is received on the understanding that the client will settle the final fee promptly. The firm reserves the right to discontinue its services to a client should no fee be paid and levy interest in accordance with the provisions of the Advocates Remuneration Order.