Although the requirements are strict in the Grand Jury, there are ways for third-party payers to minimize the burden of endless payment obligations that could be related to an initial litigation financing agreement. First, because the payer in the in-court must show good reasons to stop paying fees, can be a way to prove such a good reason to prove that the trial costs exceeded the payer`s reasonable expectations. To this end, it would be wise for the payer to discuss the expenses with the lawyer in advance and to obtain estimated costs and a trial budget before signing a retainer. Indeed, it is desirable to include the estimated trial costs in conservation, as well as the scope and objectives of representation, all of which can contribute to creating a good reason to end representation, if it turns out that these objectives are not being met or that the budget is exceeded. Similarly, it may be possible to include certain provisions relating to the reserve provisions in the deductions, with the payer reserving the right, in certain circumstances, to withdraw or suspend legal fees, if necessary, in order to determine the good cause. Since you are not obligated to accept a payment by third parties on behalf of your client, you can propose that the funds be made available directly to your client so that you are not able to avoid dealing with the third party. The single law defines a client as “a person who is or is provided by legal services.” There is also a term in the single law for a person who is a “third party payer.” These individuals are not the client, but are required to bear all or part of the legal costs associated with the client`s final supply. With respect to the identification of the client and the payment of fees, a “partner paying third party” is a person who is required to pay the fees to the law firm on behalf of the client. An example is a guarantor. Such a person must have his legal rights and obligations disclosed, as if they were the client, because he must understand what he guarantees if the client does not pay and how much they will be responsible.