Legal services


Oral legal advice (1 hour) - from 1,000 rubles.

Written legal advice (1 hour) - from 2,500 rubles.

Limited Liability Company incorporation (price does not include state duties (4,400 rubles) and notary services (1,000 rubles)) - 10,000 rubles.

Individual Entrepreneur registration (individual unincorporated entrepreneur) – 5,000 rubles.

Incorporation of Closed Joint Stock Company - 10,000 rubles.

Incorporation of Open Joint Stock Company- 10,000 rubles.

Incorporation of nonprofit organizations - from 30,000 rubles.

Introducing changes to the statutory documents* - 10,000 rubles.

*When introducing changes the extra charge for each founder (shareholder) – 1,000 rubles.

*When introducing changes the extra charge for bringing the statutory documents in compliance with the legislation in line with the FZ-312, for the companies failed to re-register – 5,000 rubles.

Registration with funds – 1,000 rubles/per one fund

Incorporation of a separate subdivision of a legal entity in Moscow – 7,000 rubles.

Incorporation of mass media - 10,000 rubles.

Change of the Director General (when the applicant is the former director) – 35,500 rubles.

Change of the Director General (when the applicant is the new director) – 40,500 rubles.

Reorganization of a Limited Liability Company - from 95,000 rubles.

Reorganization of a Close Joint Stock Company - from 105,000 rubles.

Individual reorganization of a Limited Liability Company - from 155,000 rubles.

Assisting in the provision of legal addresses of the owners (lease agreement for 11 months including postal services) - from 20,000 rubles.

Correcting errors in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities – from 15,000 rubles.

Opening a settlement (or foreign currency) account key-ready – 7,500 rubles.

Unlocking of the account - from 7,500 rubles.

Drafting agreements – 2,500 rubles.

Legal review of agreements - from 1,500 rubles.

Organization of personnel records

A set of documents for a company employing 1 to 5 employees

For each additional employee

For each additional employee

8,500 rubles

600 rubles

In more details, the personnel record keeping include the following services:

Advising on labor legislation;

Training the staff on the rules of the personnel record keeping;

Drafting of employment contracts and the register of employment contracts and the movement of labor records;

Development of the documents governing the arrangement and registration of orders on staff (on employment, transfers, leaves, business trips, promotions, fines and dismissal);

Organization of record keeping in the area of working time and vacation schedule registration;

Organization of personnel records in the area of filling in T-2 cards;

Organization of personal files of the employees introducing the data into the database of personnel;

Organization of documentation in the area of development and preparation of internal regulations:

- Regulation on structural units;

- Regulations on wages and bonuses;

- Regulation on the processing of the employees’ personal data;

- Job descriptions;

- Internal rules and other internal regulations necessary for your business.

9. Development of other personnel documents.

Complex legal subscription service:

- 25,000 rubles (includes 20 hours)

- 33,750 rubles (includes 30 hours)

- 40,500 rubles (includes 40 hours)

- 55,000 rubles (includes 50 hours)

- 100,000 rubles (without limitation)

What is included in a complex legal subscription service:

oral advice

written advice on any legal issues

development and legal review of commercial contracts

executing reports (decisions) of meetings of members (shareholders)

changes to the Articles of Association or the Unified State Register of legal Entities

participation in pre-trial settlement of disputes (preparation and delivery of claims or motivated objections to incoming claims)

litigation in arbitration courts (Moscow and Moscow Oblast) and the courts of general jurisdiction, development of internal regulations (regulations, orders, instructions, etc.)

representing the customer’s interests before the state bodies and other agencies

attending the negotiations with contractors