The conclusion of legal transactions requires notarisation in many cases, particularly in real estate law, inheritance law, family law and company law. This includes the acquisition or sale of real estate, setting up, transferring and changing the corporate form of incorporated companies, concluding prenuptial agreements and drawing up testamentary dispositions such as wills and testamentary contracts. Despite their freelance independence, notaries do in fact hold a public office. They carry out their work objectively and must look for a balanced and legally sound solution for all parties.
With six experienced notaries who specialise in the relevant legal fields, Spieker & Jaeger offers comprehensive, service-oriented advice and support on all areas where the work of a notary is required. Notarisations can also be provided in English.