German American Law Center PLC
The German American Law Center PLC specializes in U.S. Immigration Law, German Probate Law and German Probate Administration, German Inheritance Law, International Wills, German Family Law, German Divorce Law, German Custody matters, German Alimony / Spousal Support matters, German Immigration Law, German Business Law, German Contract Law, and Contract Review, and we provide legal Expert Witness services and legal translation services.
Our law firm is dedicated to assisting our clients and striving to understand their needs. Developing a long- term attorney-client relationship has been a hallmark of our law firm.
We represent local and out-of-state companies, as well as individuals in connection with immigration law and business transactions, with an emphasis on both routine and complex immigration and business law matters.
With respect to Probate and Family Law, we represent Germans as well as U.S. citizens in German probate matters in order to secure assets located in Germany, as well as the U.S.
We also represent clients with regard to German – American Family matters.
We offer special expertise in international law, such as international probate and inheritance law as well as family law matters specifically as it relates to Germany in order to bridge the gap between two legal systems.
Another area of law that we focus on is the creation and the management of companies, such as a corporation, a limited liability company, a partnership, or a joint venture.
As a law office that focuses on international la international probate and family law is another area of law we are focusing on. Special expertise is required and can be provided by us with respect to international probate and family law matters, especially in relation to Germany.
For example, if you are inheriting assets, that are located in Germany and you have completed the probate process in the United States, this does not automatically mean that you can obtain the assets located in Germany. In fact, you would have to go through the German probate process again. This can be very burdensome and extensive; knowledge of the other country’s probate law is required to be successful.
Due to our competency, we can represent you in the U.S. as well as in Germany.
Problems also arise in international divorce matters. Where should you file for divorce, in the United States or in another country? Which law is applicable? Can you take your child with you or can you ensure that your child’s stays in the United States and does not move back to where one parent may come from?
These questions may concern you when considering a divorce and the appropriate steps need to be planned.
Of course, general probate law, estate planning, wills and trust law, and “standard divorce cases” are handled by our firm as well.
We know that people who are facing legal problems in the area of probate or family law need quick and clear answers to their legal questions.
Due to the varying legal systems, we have specialized in probate matters regarding property both in the U.S. and Germany. This includes:
•The assertion of probate claims in the U.S. (U.S. probate), as well as in Germany (German probate),
•The renouncement of property (in the U.S. and in Germany),
•The assertion of legal claims (U.S. and German Probate) and
•The preparation of testaments, particularly Trust Agreements according to U.S. law.
The U.S. immigration law entails the filing of petitions and or applications in order to obtain legal status in the United States for a temporary stay as well as a stay for a longer period, to study, work, or live in the United States permanently.
We regularly represent companies hiring a foreign national, as well as foreign individuals. We assist these individuals in obtaining work authorization, or establishing permanent residency in the U.S. (green card). We also assist in establishing subsidiary or affiliate companies of a foreign company and management of U.S. or European companies.
Our attorneys have a broad base of experience to meet our clients’ needs in immigration matters involving obtaining a variety of visas including; H-1B status, L-1A or L-1B status, O or R status, E-1 – Treaty Trader visas, or even E-2 status as an investor, B-1/2 visa, student visa, such as F-1 or M visa, permanent residency family or employment based through consular processing or through adjustment of the status process in the United States, waivers i.e. a waiver of the Two Year Home Residency Requirement, labor certification (PERM) and other immigration matters.
Our highly skilled attorneys and staff know immigration law, the consulate procedures, and the procedures at the service centers. This is important to the outcome of your matter. With so much on the line, you deserve attorneys that have experience to obtain the best possible results with regard to your legal matters.