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Ars Legis International e.V. – the international network

Experience – Trust – Success: Ars Legis International has been offering its partner firms and their clients international expert consultations from a single source since 1993. Over 50 partner firms together with many more professionals - lawyers, patent attorneys, auditors and tax consultants - offer their services either on their own or in cooperation with each other. This enables even complex matters to be handled properly.

Ars Legis International is efficient and service-oriented. We know each other and are constantly exchanging ideas, even if it concerns an area which would not come under the usual scope of a firm’s activities. Clients can keep their local partner firm as a point of contact if required - trustworthy, competent, and with good access to the partner firm. If the client is referred directly to the partner firm and uses its services directly, communication can be carried out in German or English. Competence in German is also a feature of membership with Ars Legis International.

Your partner firm in your area will happily answer any questions you may have or you can have them answered quickly and directly by Ars Legis International’s office.


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06/10 to 04/10/2017
Annual General Meeting in Leipzig

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The investigation of applicable inheritance law in a German-British inheritance case - influence of the EU Succession Regulation, although this does not apply in the UK.
Article by Jan-Hendrik Frank and Jan Atkinson, IWB 18/2015 p. 697, OAAAF-02238

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