German-Canadian Inheritance Law

We specialize in inheritance law pertaining to the Canada. A connection with Canada can arise, for instance, if assets are located in Canada or if the testator is a Canadian citizen or has a (tax) domicile in Canada. Our services include:

How do we consult?

Consultations typically take place by telephone or e-mail. We also offer local consultations in Germany. During our initial consultation either through email or phone, we will determine in advance whether it makes sense to hold a consultation locally (e.g., in Germany) or in Canada. In case of contested court proceedings, payment should always be made pursuant to statutory jurisdiction.

Do You have any Questions?

We look forward to assisting you. For the sake of simplicity and efficiency, we request that you use our contact form for your inquiry and describe the matter as clearly as possible. In addition, you can include relevant attachments. After submitting your inquiry, we will contact you either by telephone or e-mail within 2 working days. If we can assist, we will suggest a time and date for an initial consultation. Of course, you can also contact this firm or a particular attorney directly to make an appointment for a personal consultation or telephone consultation (find contact details here). Please be advised that no attorney-client relationship is created by sending us an email or filling out this contact form. For information on our fees, please click here.

Upon request, we offer consultation via Zoom. For general information on how to join an instant meeting through an email invite, please visit the Zoom website

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