The team of international lawyers from González Sánchez & Partners law firm provides legal advice to companies and individuals who need support in a wide selection of legal and tax services.
- Do you have a company abroad and need advice on taxation and application of the Double Tax Treaty between your home country and Spain?
- Do you want to set-up a company in Spain for business transactions?
- Branch versus subsidiary. What is the best investment vehicle for my business transactions in Spain?
We have worked on these and many other cases at González, Sánchez and Partners. If this is your case and you need advice, we are at your disposal.
An International Law Firm settled in Spain
Located in Spain and based in Sotogrande and Marbella, Gonzalez Sánchez and Partners has supported companies around the world and for the whole world, from the United States to Hong Kong and from South Africa to Poland.
Once our services are defined, it’s important to delve into the nuances that define the international lawyer.
International Law Definition
International law is the set of rules, agreements and treaties that are binding between countries. And it covers mainly three areas:
Public International Law
In this area the relationship between nations and entities is regulated.
This includes the law of treaties, the law of the sea, international criminal law, international human rights law, and international trade law. Specially we work on tax advice.
Private international law or conflict of laws
In this part we address conflicts between private entities, whether natural or legal persons.
Suppose you have a corporation in Germany suing another corporation based in Spain. Then:
- Which jurisdiction should hear the dispute?
- What law should apply?
Supranational law is a form of international law based on the limitation of the rights of sovereign nations to each other.
It includes regional agreements in which the law of a nation can be considered unenforceable when it conflicts with a supranational body of law.
For example, European Union legislation for EU member states: it has its own set of laws that are directly implemented by member states.