ARP has provided a substantial part of its services on a pro bono basis. Particular consideration, in electing pro bono or partially pro bono matters is given to the following criteria: size of the case and amounts involved, public interest and causes involved, special circumstances of misappropriation and conversion of assets, as well the financial situation of clients and its relationship to the matter.

Special consideration is given to requests of pro bono assistance from jurisdictions that have yet not attained economic development upon the evaluations of the World Bank.

Another possibility is that the case may represent ad hoc substantial academic or humanitarian interest.

As a particular channel for pro bono work, ARP is affiliated to a not-for-profit Foundation Honesty International, Inc., incorporated in the State of New York, see its Bylaws.

Evaluations of cases are often on pro bono basis, prior to determination of feasibility and establishing the necessary facts, circumstances and required evidence.

In the event ARP is overloaded with the projects in progress, it may refer an applicant to another professional entity in the recovery of assets domain that may offer pro bono or beneficial terms.

To inquire about a possibility and/or eligibility of an entirely or partial pro bono arrangement, an applicant would need to prepare an explanatory brief on the particular circumstances of your matter making favorable consideration of pro bono arrangements more likely.