ATTORNEYS AT LAW NOTARY CORPORATE

ATTORNEYS AT LAW NOTARY CORPORATE

COMPETENCIES

COMPETENCIES

Advice, representation, notary in general as well as litigation in:

  • Art and art trade law
  • Construction law
  • Contract law (orders, purchase contracts, contracts for work, etc.)
  • Corporate law
  • Criminal law
  • Data protection law
  • Financial market law
  • Labor law
  • Road traffic law
  • Settlements
  • Sports law
  • Submission law
  • Tax law

APPROACH

APPROACH

It’s our goal to solve your problems efficiently, while keeping you informed openly, honestly and transparently. In order to do that, we will not only consider legal aspects, but also economical and tax issues as well as other predicaments. After collecting the most important material facts of the case, we offer you a first assessment (overview of the case; including your chances to win the case and the approximate costs; our services up to here are free of charge). Thereafter we collect all material facts of the case through asking you specific questions, examining the evidence and if necessary by consulting one of our experts (e.g. accountants, architects, medical doctors and so forth). Eventually we solve your problem by giving advice to you, pleading your case or negotiating on your behalf with the opposing party.

FEES

FEES

Consultation
A first assessment (normally directly over the phone during your first call) is free of charge (not including the review of briefs and files), and does include an assessment of your chances to win the case and the approximate costs; our fee is CHF 280.– per hour (not including 7,7% VAT and 4% sundries, like photocopies, stamps and so forth).

Notary
Basic fees (excl. fee, VAT and expenses) for notarizations and certifications:

  • Notarization of signature: CHF 30.–
  • Marriage contract: from CHF 200.–
  • Inheritance contract: from CHF 300.–
  • Advance directive: from CHF 200.–
  • Company formation: from CHF 350.–

Further services and special offers on request.

COMPETENCIES

COMPETENCIES

Advice, representation, notary in general as well as litigation in:

  • Art and art trade law
  • Construction law
  • Contract law (orders, purchase contracts, contracts for work, etc.)
  • Corporate law
  • Criminal law
  • Data protection law
  • Financial market law
  • Labor law
  • Road traffic law
  • Settlements
  • Sports law
  • Submission law
  • Tax law

APPROACH

APPROACH

It’s our goal to solve your problems efficiently, while keeping you informed openly, honestly and transparently. In order to do that, we will not only consider legal aspects, but also economical and tax issues as well as other predicaments. After collecting the most important material facts of the case, we offer you a first assessment (overview of the case; including your chances to win the case and the approximate costs; our services up to here are free of charge). Thereafter we collect all material facts of the case through asking you specific questions, examining the evidence and if necessary by consulting one of our experts (e.g. accountants, architects, medical doctors and so forth). Eventually we solve your problem by giving advice to you, pleading your case or negotiating on your behalf with the opposing party.

FEES

FEES

Consultation
A first assessment (normally directly over the phone during your first call) is free of charge (not including the review of briefs and files), and does include an assessment of your chances to win the case and the approximate costs; our fee is CHF 280.– per hour (not including 7,7% VAT and 4% sundries, like photocopies, stamps and so forth).

Notary
Basic fees (excl. fee, VAT and expenses) for notarizations and certifications:

  • Notarization of signature: CHF 30.–
  • Marriage contract: from CHF 200.–
  • Inheritance contract: from CHF 300.–
  • Advance directive: from CHF 200.–
  • Company formation: from CHF 350.–

Further services and special offers on request.

WE ADVISE AND SUPPORT YOU

Set your contractual partner a reasonable deadline to remedy the specifically described defects. As a rule, the deadline must be set in writing, i.e. by letter, with tracking (registered mail).

If proper performance continues to be lacking, set a short grace period and then, if necessary, take measures to interrupt the statute of limitations.

Set your customer a reasonable deadline to pay and send him an explicit reminder, if it is a dunning transaction. As a rule, the deadline must be set in writing, i.e. by letter, with tracking (registered mail).

If payment is still not made, set a short grace period and then, if necessary, take measures to interrupt the limitation period.

First, seek a discussion with your customer and try to find an amicable solution. If unjustified claims are made against you, deny them explicitly.

If legitimate claims are made against you, be careful not to make promises that are unrelated to the original obligation to perform.

Check the agreement by contrasting the rights and obligations of the two parties and reviewing them with examples. Does it correspond to your will?

We are at your side with our extensive expertise and our competence and help you to your good rights.

STAFF

Dominic Görg

M.A. HSG in Law, attorney at law, public notary

Matthias Suter

PhD, attorney at law, public notary

Markus Vetter

PhD, attorney at law

Daniel Vonbank

Attorney at law

Savina Gubler

Assistant

David Jovanovic

Legal assistant

STAFF

Dominic Görg

M.A. HSG in Law, attorney at law, public notary

Matthias Suter

PhD, attorney at law and public notary

Markus Vetter

PhD, attorney at law

Daniel Vonbank

Attorney at law

Savina Gubler

Assistant

David Jovanovic

Legal Assistant

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