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Services For English Solicitors – French Law By De Speville Solicitors

Services For English Solicitors

These days, it’s not unusual for solicitors in the UK to come across clients with a proprietary interest in property in France.

This could be in the context of the administration of an estate containing French property, clients buying or selling French property, transferring French property as a gift, or having to transfer French property under the terms of a divorce settlement.

In these circumstances, we can provide other solicitors with expert advice and assistance in respect of English and French law, and in particular the interaction between the two, enabling them to provide their clients with a well thought out strategy and assistance in achieving their aims on the best possible terms.

We are committed to working in partnership with our colleagues. Naturally, we guarantee that we will not carry out any other work for a client introduced to our firm on this basis without the prior permission of the solicitor who introduced them.

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