Specialist legal translations

Our trans­la­ti­on ser­vices cover a broad ran­ge of spe­cia­list legal are­as. Why not cont­act us, if you have any ques­ti­ons about trans­la­ti­ons cove­ring par­ti­cu­lar fields of law? We would be glad to help you.

Real Estate

We can trans­la­te any docu­ment you need in con­nec­tion with your real estate mat­ters abroad. You can be assu­red that we will advi­se and assist you from the very out­set of the pro­cess. We also pro­vi­de inter­pre­ting ser­vices for appoint­ments with nota­ries and clients.

We can help you help your for­eign-based cus­to­mers and cli­ents.
Whe­ther it be pro­per­ty purcha­se agree­ments, arran­ging mor­tga­ges, deve­lo­p­ment agree­ments, or any other real estate tran­sac­tions for that mat­ter. We can deli­ver the trans­la­ti­ons nee­ded by you or your notary.

Institutional clients

Much of our work is deli­ver­ed on behalf of insti­tu­tio­nal cli­ents, and we pro­vi­de trans­la­ti­on ser­vices for agen­ci­es and bodies at Euro­pean Uni­on level, in particular.

We are high­ly expe­ri­en­ced in trans­la­ting EU mate­ri­als, such as refe­ren­ces for preli­mi­na­ry rulings and con­clu­si­ons for the Court of Jus­ti­ce for the Euro­pean Uni­on (CJEU) in Luxem­bourg. Moreo­ver, we have recent­ly been award­ed a frame­work con­tract for the pro­vi­si­on of trans­la­ti­on ser­vices to the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment (EP) in Strasbourg.

Official documents

Whe­ther you are an enter­pri­se or a pri­va­te indi­vi­du­al, we will con­sult with you to deter­mi­ne your spe­ci­fic trans­la­ti­on needs. We can pro­cu­re offi­ci­al docu­ments on your behalf, and prepa­re cer­ti­fied trans­la­ti­ons of records and deeds.

When it comes to inter­na­tio­nal legal affairs, it is vital to do the right thing in the right sequence at the right time. We not only make sure that your docu­ments are trans­la­ted in the right for­mat, becau­se we are on hand, to help you with your cor­re­spon­dence requi­re­ments right through to the suc­cessful com­ple­ti­on of your project.

Inheritance law

Today’s world is more inter­na­tio­nal than ever. Assets loca­ted abroad are incre­asing­ly forming part of tes­ta­men­ta­ry estates and suc­ces­si­on issues. So, cor­re­spon­dence will have to be sent to and obtai­ned from for­eign agen­ci­es and par­ties in order to exe­cu­te the will.

Public aut­ho­ri­ties and courts loca­ted abroad fre­quent­ly request to see trans­la­ti­ons of wills, inhe­ri­tance con­tracts, and other docu­ments of this type. Our ser­vices here extend bey­ond the actu­al trans­la­ti­on work. If reques­ted, we can also attend to obtai­ning the lega­li­sa­ti­on docu­ments, apos­til­les and cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­ons you need. Or if you have to cor­re­spond in Eng­lish with a for­eign public agen­cy, we can do that for you too.

International transactions

You are par­ty to a dis­tri­bu­ti­on agree­ment, joint ven­ture, or an M&A deal: Our spe­cia­list pro­fes­sio­nal lan­guage ser­vices can assist you with your inter­na­tio­nal transactions.

We have a team of high­ly expe­ri­en­ced lin­gu­i­stic and legal experts. This means we can under­stand your par­ti­cu­lar mat­ter, and sup­port you with the ser­vices you need, right across the dura­ti­on of your pro­ject. We are accus­to­med to app­ly­ing our exper­ti­se in ana­ly­sing the texts you give us, and asses­sing their rea­di­ness for the trans­la­ti­on pha­se. Some­ti­mes, we even iden­ti­fy sub­stan­ti­ve gaps in mate­ri­als or spot incon­sis­ten­ci­es. Of cour­se, we imme­dia­te­ly cont­act the cli­ent for cla­ri­fi­ca­ti­on if this ever occurs. We have found that, by taking this approach, we can often save our cli­ents from unneces­sa­ry cos­ts and annoy­ing hiccups.

Other specialist areas

Other spe­cia­list are­as in which we can assist you include HR & employ­ment law, inter­nal cor­po­ra­te com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons, com­pli­ance, insu­rance and much more bes­i­des. Just cont­act us and tell us what you need.

Any ques­ti­ons?
Call or mail us. We are here to help you.