We practice in all areas of law, focusing primarily on private individuals and small and medium sized enterprises. On this page we will present certain areas of law which we specialise in.
Family and inheritance law
Family and inheritance law deals with questions regarding marriage, family property, and custody of children. Problems regarding these issues are for many people the most important legal questions they may face in their lives, and particularly strong expertise and confidentiality are therefore needed when dealing with them.
Family law involves prenuptial agreements, divorces, child custody issues and property partitions.
Inheritance law involves issues regarding inheritances, wills, estate inventories and distribution, and questions regarding taxation on inheritance or gifts.
Environmental law and real estate
In addition to environmental protection, environmental law also involves questions regarding use of land and water, real estates and buildings. You therefore encounter environmental law whenever you want to build, renovate or make changes on your property.
Real estate law covers transfers of ownership, partitioning of land, usage rights, mortgage issues and dispute resolution.
Criminal law involves problems of both the defendant and complainant . Criminal law includes everything from the pre-trial police investigation to the actual trial and sentencing, as well as the questions relating to the parties’ privacy and damages. The importance of issues related to criminal law cannot be overestimated, and they therefore require particular care.
Law of obligations, and trade
The law of obligations involves sales, purchases, commissions, contracts and dispute-solving. A good contract prevents disputes, promotes the goals of the contract, and leads to the satisfaction of both parties. We give advice and guidance in different contractual situations. We can go through contracts beforehand in order to identify possible problems, and we can also help solve disputes after they have arisen.
Regardless of the field of law, disputes and leading to trial do occur. You may need to start a trial, or you may become the defendant in one. Regardless of your position, you need to carefully consider all key points. In addition to giving written presentations, you must also be able to present a solid case verbally. We can help you with this.