CrossChannelLawyers.co.uk and its German language counterpart Cross-Channel-Lawyers.de are law blogs (blawgs) dealing with Anglo-German legal issues. A network of international lawyers who are experienced in cross border legal problems and who give practical and reliable advice.
The law blogs are run by the lawyers of Graf & Partners, a firm of English solicitors and German Rechtsanwälte with many years of professional experience in cross border legal proceedings, who provide legal advice in a comprehensive, understandable and user-oriented manner. We are a leading German law firm in the field of international probate estate planning and elder law.
Our litigation department GP | Chambers Germanbarristers.com provides forensic services throughout Germany and runs the leading law blog on German Civil Procedure Rules (Zivilprozessrecht) written in English. GP Chambers, with its international expertise, is well equipped to advise and represent clients from the UK and other English speaking countries.
Find more details about Graf and Partners LLP here and – of course – on our website www.graflegal.com, where you will also find the legal information about the firm, our privacy and data protection rules.
In case of any questions, feel free to call us on +49 941 463 7070 or contact us by email at: schmeilzl [at] grafpartner.com.Bernhard Schmeilzl, Rechtsanwalt (Munich Bar) & Master of Laws (Leicester, UK)
This Website is being produced and hosted by Graf & Partners Rechtsanwälte mbB, a limited liability partnership (Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB) of German advocates, established under German law and registered with the Local Court (Amtsgericht) Munich, commercial register for partnerships nr. PR 438. For office addresses and partners see here
Bar Admission & Regulation Authority: All members of the law firm Graf & Partners are are admitted to the German Bar and are thus fully certified to practice law throughout Germany and – in accordance with EU legislation – within the European Union. The lawyers of Graf & Partners are being regulated by the Bar Associations Munich (www.rak-muenchen.de) or Nuremberg (www.rak-nbg.de) respectively. The rules regulating the practice of German lawyers can be accessed at the website www.brak.de. An English version of the “Rules of Professional Practice” for German lawyers is available as pdf-download here.
Of course, we will also be glad to personally answer any questions you may have.