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International Law

We cross borders for your rights

Our world is growing smaller and smaller – metaphorically speaking. Private and business contacts and interactions are becoming more and more international. Legal disputes require layers who are familiar with international law and in particular with the differences from German law. Apart from this, many cases will touch multiple legal areas. For every mandate, we therefore form a team of specialist lawyers from the law firm Maltry and our specialist partners.

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Focuses in
international law

International inheritance law

In light of globalisation, border-crossing inheritance cases occur with increasing frequency: real estate or holiday domiciles and investments made by Germans abroad are no longer a rare occurrence. Vice versa, more and more foreigners are living in our country, holding assets both at home and in Germany. Consequences under inheritance law are often not considered when the purchase is made.

International inheritance tax law tax design models

Inheritance tax is not consistent across Europe. However, there are double taxation conventions with some countries. As soon as an international reference exists in your individual case, you should have the relevance under tax law reviewed. Together with our experienced cooperation partners, we will find the right solution for you.

International family law

The growing globalisation affects marriages as well. The trend of marrying abroad increases. 13.5% of all marriages have spouses with different nationalities. If at least one spouse lives abroad or has assets abroad, there is also an international reference that requires expert knowledge in international family law.

Internationales Recht, Kanzlei Maltry

Every state has its own rules – we offer border-crossing consultation

As an international legal code, international law deals with the legal relationships between various states. In spite of globalisation by connections in economics, politics, internet and private lives, there still is too little global legislation in spite of European regulations on inheritance and family law. This fact does bring up problems, e.g. when dealing with differences in taxation of an inheritance with foreign reference or divorce from your spouse whom you married abroad.

Customer support in
other European countries

For many years, we have been using our international network based on individual demand. We cooperate closely across Europe with our specialist cooperation partners and notaries public, e.g. in Spain (Madrid, Barcelona), on Mallorca, in Italy, France (Paris, Southern France), Belgium (Brussels) and in Austria. Beyond this, our network also includes cooperation partners in Australia (Sydney, Perth) and in the USA (New York, Los Angeles).

We measure the success of our cooperation by your satisfaction. Feel free to schedule a consultancy appointment!

Your contacts in
international law

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Renate Maltry

Specialist lawyer in family law and specialist lawyer in inheritance law

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Alexandra Oldekop, Rechtsanwalt München

Alexandra Oldekop

Specialist lawyer in family law, further focus area: inheritance law

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Raphaela Hüßtege, Rechtsanwalt München

Raphaela Hüßtege

Specialist lawyer in inheritance law

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