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International property law for London

Specialist overseas property lawyers open London office, giving investors a one-stop shop for advice and legal services.

Max Gold Partnership Solicitors have opened an office for their International Property Law Centre in London's Covent Garden, which joins the company's original Hull location in being able to supply potential and current investors with comprehensive, specialist independent legal advice across 41 jurisdictions around the globe. The London team, headed-up by Elena Garcia, and will cover all aspects of property law in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries, including Argentina, Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela (Isla Marguerita). Portugal, the Azores, Madeira, Cape Verde and Brazil are also to be dealt with by the London office. The Hull team will continue to cover Australia, Bahrain, Barbados, Bulgaria, Canada, Caribbean, Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, Dubai, Egypt, Estonia, Florida, France, Germany, Goa, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Thailand, Tunisia and Turkey.

Expert legal advice from a bilingual property lawyer at a UK-based firm who are fully versed in the law of your chosen country, and who possess wide-ranging contacts there, can be a boon to those seeking to amend their current arrangements, or buy overseas. "The time has come to open a second office in the capital city of London. I have been overwhelmed by the worldwide success that The International Property Law Centre has had and we can not achieve all of our goals without further expansion." comments joint senior partner Stefano Lucatello, "Initially we will have five lawyers there but hope to have a complement of ten by the end of the year." (homesworldwide.co.uk)