Do you need help setting up legal documents?

We’re launching a new service! – Personalized legal documents.

Online legal services aren’t new. However, most of them aren’t tailored to the user’s needs. We are now, together with Juridok, launching a service that offers the opportunity to quickly create legal documents that are also customized by a lawyer.

The legal landscape is complicated and it’s difficult to completely digitize legal assistance. Many demand the combination of the speed and flexibility of online help together with the knowledge that the help you receive is tailored to you and your needs. That’s what we are offering now at a favorable package price together with Juridok, says Nadja Hatem, CEO at Kliently.

The new service is launched on both kliently.se and on juridok.se, where users can browse through several different legal documents. The documents are adapted to both private individuals and companies and are offered at fixed prices. The user selects the document they need, fills in their details and then receives help by one of Kliently’s lawyers who will quality-assure the document.

This service is unique in its kind. We’re keeping the traditional where you get guidance and help from a lawyer while implementing today’s tech opportunities to make the process significantly faster, smoother and easier for the user, says Nadja Hatem, CEO at Kliently.

Kliently is a digital service that combines traditional law with technology to simplify and make legal help available to a wider mass. Since the start in 2022, thousands of people from several different parts of Sweden and around the world have gotten help with questions and matters related to Swedish legislation through the Kliently app.

Juridok is an online-based interactive service that allows the user to create quality-assured legal documents by answering simple questions. The service aims to simplify the law – with the customer in focus – and is both affordable and easy to use.

­– This collaboration really combines the strengths of both Juridok and Kliently and allows us to offer a personal touch to online-based legal help that many are asking for. This allows us to reach out to even more people and with the help of Kliently’s lawyers, customers will receive legal advice and the adaptations needed regarding their legal documents, at transparent prices. Letting customers feel even more secure with their legal documents, says Jens Holmberg, founder of Juridok.

To test or take a look at the new service, click here.


For questions about the service, Kliently or interview with Nadja Hatem:
Email nadja@kliently.se

For questions about the service, Juridok or interview with Jens Holmberg:
Email jens@juridok.se

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Our children need good role models – not harsher punishments

We have to stop the escalating violence that’s starting to affect younger and younger children.

At Kliently, we believe that the change needs to happen at an early age where good role models and professionals that children and young people can identify with and look up to can be one of many key factors for change. It can also give hope that “I can too” and contribute to a vision of a brighter future.

If they can, so can I.

That’s why we’re reaching out to Sweden’s primary and secondary schools to give young people the chance to meet our lawyers in a unique opportunity that gives them an insight into the broad professional life as a lawyer, the consequences of crime and the possibilities within law.

Kliently’s lawyers, through their community involvement and a broad, international background, now have an opportunity to be involved and influence young adults of the future to change, and perhaps get one or two of them to refrain from crime and instead think twice. With knowledge also comes wise choices.

Our lawyers, with their nuanced background, want to come to your school and talk to your students. About law, about choosing school over the street and about the opportunities that lay ahead. Regardless of whether a young person dreams of becoming a lawyer or something else entirely, we want to show our young people that they have significantly more, and above all safer, opportunities ahead of them.

Nadja Hatem,
CEO at Kliently

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Nu finns det fler sätt att kontakta juristerna hos Kliently

Kliently is growing with new legal reception

Kliently is now opening a legal reception to meet an ever-growing demand. Through Kliently Legal, users can now get long-term help with larger cases. The reception offers help both physically and digitally to users who need long-term legal help. The new reception is another step towards democratizing access to legal aid in Sweden.

We have seen that there’s a high demand from users who contact Kliently and want to get further help even after the initial video call. There has been a need for a reception where we can continue to help our users in the long term and that’s why we’re opening Kliently Legal. Now it’ll be even easier to get legal help quickly regardless of need and as usual we offer help in several different languages ​​and cover all areas of law, says Nadja Hatem, CEO at Kliently.

The Kliently app was launched in December 2021. The purpose of Kliently is for anyone to be able to get legal help quickly and easily. The digital app and the fact that Kliently’s lawyers are multilingual mean that Kliently’s users have access to legal help within Swedish legislation wherever they are in the world.

Through Kliently Legal, the possibility to help users with larger cases opens up. When a user books a video call in the Kliently app, an assessment is made as to whether they can get help directly during the call or whether they need to hire a lawyer for long-term help. For help in the long run, Kliently Legal takes on cases and offers continued help both physically and digitally depending on the need.

The essence of Kliently is that we’re digital and therefore easily accessible, and we continue to be so through Kliently Legal also for users who aren’t in our proximity. We want to use today’s technology to make it easier for people to get legal help. It shouldn’t matter where you are or what you need help with. As long as you have a need for legal help, you should be able to get it, simply and smoothly, says Nadja Hatem, CEO at Kliently.

Kliently Legal is a legal reception and extension of the Kliently app. At Kliently Legal, lawyers take on cases in all legal areas and help clients in several different languages.

Nadja Hatem
CEO and co-founder
0736264843
nadja@kliently.se

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Image borrowed from Ny Teknik

Kliently nominated as one of Sweden’s best tech startups

Swedish tech magazine Ny Teknik, who reports about the latest in technology, has nominated Kliently for this year’s 33-list. The 33-list is an annual list with Sweden’s absolute best tech startups. Out of hundreds of Swedish startups, the magazine selects 33 of them each year whom they judge to be the most innovative and with potential to grow quickly, not only within Sweden but also globally.

Kliently is now nominated for the 33 list. More proof that Kliently democratizes access to Swedish legislation by making it easy for people to get help, regardless of where they are in the world.

During the short time that Kliently has been active, we have helped people with their legal problems in all parts of the world. We live in a digital world where people expect access to law and lawyers in an easier way. That is one of the reasons for Kliently’s success. People throughout Sweden and on a global level can now, through Kliently’s app, get fast and simple legal help from a lawyer within a day, says Nadja Hatem, CEO and co-founder, Kliently.

Read more about the 33 list at Ny Teknik..

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Apply today!

Kliently is growing and looking for a family law lawyer and an immigration law lawyer!

Do you have a law degree and at least one year of work experience as a lawyer? Are you interested in working in a fast-growing legal tech company? Then Kliently could be the workplace for you!

We’re looking for someone who’s flexible, independent and has the ability to both take in and understand new information. We value legal analysis skills and fluency in the Swedish language. Speaking any additional languages is beneficial.

To us, your personal qualities are of great importance and to be able to thrive as a Kliently-lawyer, you need to enjoy collaborating with others, but also be able to work independently. We’re looking for someone who is committed, judicious, solution-oriented, unprestigious and thorough. You must have a high degree of planning and prioritization skills and be able to organize and structure your work effectively.

With us, you’ll become part of a growing team of lawyers, developers and marketing in a workplace where it goes without saying that we support each other and share skills and experiences.

Change the industry with us!

Kliently’s vision is to digitalize the legal industry. If you feel that you want to be part of our journey and share our vision to make law accessible to everyone in Sweden and on a global level, we hope that you will apply to us today.

Send your application complete with cover letter, CV, diploma and other relevant certificates to info@kliently.se. Recruitment takes place continuously.

This is a full-time, permanent position. Probationary employment applies for the first six months. Starting by agreement, but preferably as soon as possible.

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Victor Axelsson, new CTO at Kliently

Kliently invests further – recruits from Mindler

Legal tech company Kliently continues its journey towards the democratization of law and legal services. Now Victor Axelsson, former CTO at Mindler, joins the company in the same role.

Kliently has in a short time sailed up as one of the main players in the legal tech industry by making legal services available to the general public who are in need of advice and help from a lawyer.

As part of developing and strengthening Klientlys position in the market by offering even better services, Victor Axelsson is now employed as the new CTO. Victor comes most recently from a corresponding role at the digital psychology clinic Mindler and takes up his post immediately.

After having been involved in building Sweden’s largest digital psychology practice which has also expanded internationally, it feels very exciting to continue my career by once again creating a service that makes a big difference for the user. I see many similarities and I think my experiences will come in handy to develop and expand Kliently to the next stage, says Victor Axelsson.

Nadja Hatem, co-founder and CEO of Kliently, about the recruitment:

We are very proud to have such an experienced key person as Victor Axelsson join the team. He has many years of experience and deep insights into the technical solutions needed to create the legal tech company we want to be able to offer everyone in Sweden and on a global level. He will be a key person in our work to establish Kliently as an obvious service in every individual’s everyday life, because law is for everyone, it must be understandable and accessible.

Kliently offers legal advice to individuals and small businesses via digital meetings at low cost and in several different languages. Kliently was launched in December 2021.

Nadja Hatem
CEO and founder
0736264843
nadja@kliently.se

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Kliently is growing and hiring more in-house lawyers

In order to meet demand, legal tech app Kliently hired four full-time lawyers this spring. It’s an effect of the fact that Kliently’s digital advisory service largely leads to assignments for the lawyers. The new full-time lawyers will handle the increased flow of new cases, increase accessibility in more legal areas and further contribute to an expansion of the languages of the service. Today, users can receive legal advice in over 10 languages in almost all legal areas.

– We are very happy to increase the number of full-time employed lawyers at Kliently. This provides a higher and faster availability for clients who call in and want both quick answers to legal questions and a little more comprehensive help by hiring a lawyer, says Nadja Hatem, founder and CEO of Kliently.

Kliently is a digital platform where, regardless of time and place, with access to a smartphone, you can quickly and easily receive personal legal advice from a lawyer via video call. There you will get answers to your legal questions and can hire the lawyer in your legal matter. In many cases, the initial video call is enough to get answers, but it can also lead to a more extensive assignment for the lawyer. To meet this demand, Kliently is now expanding with four new lawyers.

The new lawyers contribute with new languages and a new business area to Kliently. The new lawyers at Kliently are:

Josip Ladan, former sports journalist and now also lawyer. Josip is particularly knowledgeable in sports law, private defense but also handles cases regarding migration law, family law and litigation.

Carl Seffers, is most recently from Stockholm where he mainly worked with tenancy law. Carl undertakes cases regarding tenancy legal matters, migration law, family law.

Miski Ibrahim, Somali-speaking lawyer who broadens the language palette in Kliently and undertakes cases in humanitarian law (migration law, criminal cases, family law) but also in business law, especially company and contract law.

Adib Hosseini, Persian- and Kurdish-speaking lawyer with special focus on business law, competition rules, EU legal rules and GDPR.

Kliently’s business model makes it possible for clients to book an initial consultation of 15 minutes of advice with a lawyer for SEK 349. If further legal expertise is needed, the lawyer provides a cost proposal. Kliently has a combination of in-house lawyers and cosulting lawyers who are connected to the service.

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Kliently partners with Barncancerfonden

The legal tech app Kliently is partnering with Barncancerfonden. The collaboration makes it possible for adult childhood cancer survivors and parents of children with cancer to get free legal advice through the Kliently app when they need it.

Barncancerfonden has since 2020 offered free legal advice to adult childhood cancer survivors and parents of children with cancer through their legal aid service Rättshjälpen. In the collaboration with Kliently, Barncancerfonden will instead have the legal tech company Kliently handle cases that come to Rättshjälpen.

– We are so happy that we can contribute to trying to make things easier for those affected by childhood cancer with Barncancerfonden. Barncancerfonden is a fantastic organization and with our app we believe we can really make it easy for those affected to get the legal help they need very quickly, says Nadja Hatem, founder and CEO of Kliently.

Through Barncancerfondens Rättshjälpen, adult childhood cancer survivors and parents of children with cancer are offered free legal advice and support in insurance matters as well as issues related to the Swedish Social Insurance Agency. Since 2020, Rättshjälpen has succeeded in helping several families in cases that have resulted in the victims being able to receive support and compensation both during and after the child has been affected by cancer. Today, 75 child cancer survivors and affected families have received help from Rättshjälpen. Several of those who have gotten help say that the support has made a big difference in their lives and that thanks to Rättshjälpen, they have found new hope for the future. Through the collaboration, free calls through the Kliently app are now offered.

– In Sweden, one child gets cancer every day. When a family is affected by childhood cancer, everything gets turned upside down and nothing remains the same. Both everyday life and finances are affected. Having to spend time managing and running insurance and compensation matters, whether during the period of illness or after treatment, can feel overwhelming for many. This is where Rättshjälpen offers important support for those affected and we look forward to being able to offer easily accessible and fast legal help through the Kliently app, says Jessica Runemark, unit manager for program operations at Barncancerfonden.

Kliently is an app for legal advice that combines traditional law with technology to simplify and make legal help available to a wider mass. Through the app, you can get help in several different languages, wherever you are, and you can also talk to a lawyer within 24 hours. Since the start in 2022, thousands of people from several different parts of the world have gotten help with questions about Swedish legislation through the Kliently app.

– Our goal and vision has always been to democratize legal aid. We want more people to be able to get help quickly and, above all, for it to be easy to get help. It is a basic human right, and that’s why we want to work together with Barncancerfonden on this matter, where long waiting times and other obstacles should be the last thing those affected by childhood cancer should have to worry about, says Nadja Hatem, CEO at Kliently.

The collaboration between Kliently and Barncancerfonden starts now and continues throughout 2023. Rättshjälpen is part of the support that Barncancerfonden offers and is free for all adult childhood cancer survivors and parents of a child with cancer. Among other matters, Kliently specializes in insurance matters and is a partner of Barncancerfonden.

Nadja Hatem
CEO and founder
0736264843
nadja@kliently.se
Kliently offers legal advice to individuals and small businesses via digital meetings at low cost and in several different languages. Kliently was launched in December 2021. Read more at www.kliently.se

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They want to democratize access to Swedish law

DI writes about Anuta Sjunghamn and Nadja Hatem participating in DI Digital’s pitch competition Female Founders 2022 on November 30.

Anuta Sjunghamn and Nadja Hatem want to lower the thresholds for legal services. They have founded Kliently, an app where people can quickly find information and speak to a lawyer within 24 hours. The duo is participating in DI Digital’s Female Founders 2022 pitch competition.

Stockholm-based Kliently is one of six startup companies that have been selected to participate in DI Digital’s pitch competition at the Female Founders event on November 30.

Anuta Sjunghamn and Nadja Hatem have been partners since 2009, when they started a law firm together without much experience. To get more experience, they sat for hours in the district court to listen to and observe other lawyers.

In 2015 they became lawyers and turned the firm into a law firm. But last year they requested to withdraw from the Bar Association in order to launch the legal app Kliently, which is aimed towards individuals and small business owners.

“We have made a long journey together in the traditional world, but the industry needs to be renewed, simplified and adapted to the client. Many people thought we were brave when we started the law firm, but perhaps even braver now when we started Kliently,” says Nadja Hatem, co-founder and CEO of Kliently.

Read the full article on Dagens Industri here.

Nadja Hatem
CEO and founder
0736264843
nadja@kliently.se

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Kliently partners up with Emigreat

The legal tech app Kliently has partnered up with Emigreat to better assist employers and employees with work permit applications.

With complicated work permit rules and processes that take energy, time and cost companies a lot of money, Kliently and Emigreat have partnered up to back up employers and employees to quickly and easily navigate the jungle of work permit applications.

Kliently’s immigration lawyers receive calls daily from people that have problems with work permit applications, either because they have questions about the requirements or because they have been rejected after months of waiting.

– Our lawyers have to go in and appeal, or alternatively help with a new application, something that is extremely frustrating for the person wanting to start work but also costly for a company that waits for months, sometimes years, to have these talents come to their companies, says Nadja Hatem, CEO and co-founder of Kliently.

Emigreat offers a platform that simplifies work permit applications for employees and employers, while Kliently is a digital platform where those in need can quickly, easily and securely receive personal legal advice from a lawyer, get answers to legal questions and hire a lawyer if the need arises. Kliently offers legal advice in over ten languages.

– We at Emigreat are happy to partner with Kliently, where we will simplify the work permit process for everyone in need and who will now have the support of lawyers, experts in migration should the need for a lawyer arise, says Anali Guzman, CEO and co-founder of Emigreat.

For more information:
Nadja Hatem. CEO and founder of Kliently: 073-626 48 43, nadja@kliently.se
Anali Guzman Molina, CEO and co-founder of Emigreat; 079-0538407 hello@emigreat.co

Nadja Hatem
CEO and founder
0736264843
nadja@kliently.se
Kliently offers legal advice to individuals and small businesses via digital meetings at low cost and in several different languages. Kliently was launched in December 2021. Read more at www.kliently.se

Download the Kliently app for legal help today