About Us

Our legal team is a blend of young, energetic minds and experienced professionals. Younger lawyers often bring fresh perspectives, innovation, and familiarity with the latest legal technologies. While the experienced professionals have a deep understanding of the law, and a wealth of practical knowledge.

We protect our clients’ interests, fearlessly pursuing justice. By consistently prioritizing our clients’ interests while adhering to ethical and fair practices, we built years of trust and established a strong reputation as a law firm that genuinely cares about its clients’ well-being and legal success.

M. Elahi & Associates was founded by Barrister Monjur Elahi Porag in 2014 and since it’s inception it has maintained the highest professional standards.

We are a Full-Service Law Firm and provide a broad range of services. Our Core areas of practice include Legal Consultation, Litigation, Civil & Criminal Law Practice, Corporate & Commercial, Banking & Finance, Intellectual Property Laws, Foreign Direct Finance, Immigration, Family Law and Labor Law. 

Legal Services

When meeting with the team of M. Elahi & Associates for a consultation, you should bring relevant documents and information to help us understand your legal issue and provide informed advice. The specific documents and information you need to bring may vary depending on the type of legal matter, but here’s a general list of items that are commonly requested:

  1. Identification: Bring a valid photo ID, such National Identification Card or passport, to verify your identity.
  2. Relevant Contracts or Agreements: If your case involves contracts or agreements, bring copies of any relevant documents, including leases, employment contracts, or partnership agreements.
  3. Correspondence: Any letters, emails, or other communications related to your case can be important for your attorney to review.
  4. Court Documents: If you’re involved in a legal dispute or litigation, provide copies of any court documents, including summons, complaints, or court orders.
  5. Financial Documents: In cases involving financial matters, provide documents like tax returns, bank statements, or financial statements.
  6. Police Reports: In cases involving accidents or criminal matters, police reports can be crucial.
  7. Wills and Estate Planning Documents: If your consultation pertains to estate planning, bring existing wills, trusts, and other related documents.
  8. Real Estate Documents: For real estate matters, bring documents like deeds, property surveys, and title insurance policies.
  9. Immigration Documents: If your case involves immigration, bring relevant immigration documents, visas, and any correspondence with immigration authorities.
  10. Employment Records: If your case is related to employment issues, bring documents such as employment contracts, pay stubs, and records of any workplace incidents.
  11. Any Documentation Related to the Legal Issue: Any documents, records, or evidence directly related to your legal issue should be provided to the attorney.
  12. Notes and Questions: Make a list of questions you have and important details you want to discuss during the consultation.

Besides, at the time of making appointment you may call us ahead of time and ask if there are any specific documents or information to be brought for your particular case. By coming prepared with these documents, you’ll help M. Elahi & Associates to better assess your situation and provide you with more accurate advice during the consultation.

In M. Elahi & Associates we takes a team approach in every aspect of solving legal problems. Your case will be handled in collaboration between support staff and Associate Lawyers, and lead Counsel. In each individual case we handle, we ensure that you are represented as thoroughly and completely as your needs require.

Our first consultation as to giving basic idea about the problems and a brief site map of the legal problems are free. Our expert attorney will provide preliminary advice and information without charge. Free Consultation will last up to 30 minutes. Free consultations do not necessarily create an attorney-client relationship. They are often informational and do not imply that you have hired lawyer for your case.

Paid consultation are more in-depth advice and analysis of the legal matter. Our attorney will take the time to review relevant documents, discuss potential strategies, and provide more comprehensive guidance. Paid consultation may allow for a longer and more thorough discussion, which can be particularly beneficial for complex legal issues. In a paid consultation, you have a formal attorney-client relationship, and the attorney is bound by ethical and legal obligations to maintain confidentiality and provide professional advice.

The length of time that a legal proceeding can take varies greatly from case to case due to the very unique facts of each case.  A few factors that determine the duration of the litigation process include:

  1. The complexity of the case
  2. The number of witnesses involved
  3. The experience of the attorney
  4. The commitment of the parties
  5. Costs involved- a costly case might take longer as the clients find the money for the process

However, we ensure that all deadlines are met on our part to ensure as speedy a process on your behalf as possible.

Our basic consultation for 30 minutes is free, but for paid consulting, we charge BDT 5,000.00 per hour. We include telephone calls, emails, meetings, preparation time, sending, receiving, and reviewing correspondence, drafting documents, travel time, reviewing documents and files, research, court appearances, and all time spent in providing legal services to you on the matter.


We charge our clients for premium legal services in 5 (five) ways:

1. Work-to-Work basis with – Flat / Fixed Professional Fees: A flat rate, or fixed fee, is a set amount of money that the client agrees to pay for a specific legal service or project. The attorney and client agree on the scope of work and the fee upfront. This method is often used for routine legal services, such as drafting a will, handling a real estate closing, or defending against a traffic violation.

2. Hourly Basis with – Hourly Rate: In this billing method, the law firm charges the client based on the number of hours the attorney or legal team spends working on the client’s case. Each attorney has an hourly rate, and the client is billed for the total time spent on tasks such as research, document review, meetings, and court appearances.

3. Legal Retainer with – Monthly Retainer Fees or Project Completion: A retainer is essentially a down payment on legal services, which is held in trust by our firm for you. As we perform legal services on your behalf and provide a statement of account for those services, we will draw down the retainer. Once it has been depleted, we may ask for an additional retainer if more work is required to be performed on your behalf. Please contact us to get a customized Legal Retainer Offer as per your need.

4. Disbursements: Such payments we make to third parties for expenses incurred on your behalf. We incur these expenses as your agent. Some examples include courier charges, Land Titles Office fees, Corporate Registry fees, and court filing fees. You will be responsible for paying our disbursements on your matter as well as VAT, where applicable.

5. Other charges: It includes charges for non-legal services, such as photocopying, printing, and special stationary costs.

We encourage our client to get a quotation from us, legal quotation for specific legal services will depend on the nature of your legal need.

Still Have Questions ?

Of course, if you have more questions about our law firm or any related topics, feel free to ask, and we’ll do our best to provide you with answers and information.