Are you looking for lawyers in Germany?

 

If you are looking for information on Germany’s legal system or advice on a point of law in Germany, whatever your requirements Caven can save you a great deal of time by either recommending a solicitor there or putting you in touch with a UK solicitor specialised in German law.

It is advisable to seek local legal representation if you are thinking of setting up in business in Germany and need help finding out how corporate and commercial laws there will affect you. Similarly, if you own property or assets in Germany, specialist lawyers can help you understand any legal responsibilities you have when buying or selling any assets in that country.

Germany is a federal country so there is a division of judicial authority between the Federation and the individual states (Länder). This makes it particularly important to find lawyers in the location that is relevant to you.

Germany’s constitution is underpinned by the Basic Law of the German Federation, which came into effect in 1949 and has been retained, with some changes, through the reunification process. As well as establishing the separation of powers in Germany, the Basic Law also enshrines human rights and environmental protection commitments.

As a member of the EU, Germany’s legislation, to an extent, also reflects the European Conventions which apply in other member states. However, as every country interprets and implements European laws in different ways, it is essential to consult lawyers specialised in Germen law for expert advice.

If you would like to obtain advice on a particular aspect of German law, or if you need to find a lawyer in Germany, Caven can put you in touch with a lawyer there free of charge. So, if you have any questions or would like our help in finding German lawyers please call us on 08001 221 2299 or complete the web-form above.

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