Attorneys-at-law in Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein lawyers are reliable partners for their clients when it comes to legal transactions of all kinds. An important pillar of this is the provision of comprehensive, independent and professional legal advice. The reciprocal relationship of trust is additionally protected by the attorney-client privilege. If legal disputes arise, lawyers also represent their clients in all judicial and out-of-court matters before the courts and administrative authorities in Liechtenstein.

Liechtenstein attorneys-at-law

In addition to providing legal advice before national courts and public authorities, lawyers also represent their clients before national and international arbitration tribunals. This means comprehensive support can also be guaranteed for international legal issues.

You can openly discuss your legal questions with your lawyer, without having to fear indiscretions, because the lawyer is bound to secrecy. In addition, communications between lawyers and their clients are protected by attorney-client privilege. This means a maximum degree of discretion is guaranteed by law.

Professionalism and integrity are the basis of the activity of a lawyer in Liechtenstein. Lawyers exercise their profession independently, in their own name and on their own responsibility. Their law firm must have its registered domicile in Liechtenstein and must meet the requirements for the exercise of the profession of lawyer. Lawyers are also subject to the supervision of the Liechtenstein Chamber of Lawyers and the disciplinary authority of the Princely Court of Appeal.

Partner for all legal questions

The interests of the client are the focus of the activity of the lawyer in every respect. This includes advice on all business or private legal matters or representation before courts and public authorities. Lawyers are authorised and obliged to use all legally permissible means to help their clients obtain their rights. Lawyers in Liechtenstein are your partners for all legal questions. You will find a competent lawyer in Liechtenstein for all areas of law, which ultimately contributes to the professionalism and reliability of Liechtenstein as a business and financial centre and constitutes the country’s stability and legal security.

The Liechtenstein Chamber of Lawyers is responsible for granting licences based on the Liechtenstein Lawyers Act and, in addition to its legal obligations, safeguards the interests of its members. In addition, it works to ensure that citizens are provided with legal protection. All lawyers licensed in Liechtenstein are members of the Liechtenstein Bar Association.


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