Your notaire is a legal specialist with public authority, responsible for drawing up authenticated documents on your behalf.
YOUR NOTAIRE, A PUBLIC OFFICIAL
Your notaire is a public official acting in all areas of law including family, real-estate, inheritance, company, rural and local-authority law. Notaires act on behalf of the State and are appointed by the Justice Minister. Deeds drawn up by a notaire carry a guarantee of reliability and authenticity. Each document is therefore endowed with genuine public authority. Your notaire is there to assist you and to provide legal advice: you have only to ask.
SPECIALIST FIELDS COVERED BY YOUR NOTAIRE
Your notaire covers an extensive range of specialist areas:
• Family law. In this area, the notaire may act as adviser and also as confidant and mediator. The notaire has a role to play at all life’s significant occasions: marital contracts, civil partnership contracts, the purchase of the family home, adoption, donation between spouses, inter vivos distribution, wills, inheritance …
• Wealth management. Here, the notaire will analyse your family circumstances rather in the way your family doctor monitors your state of health and always in your best interests.
• Real estate. This is the primary area covered by your notaire safeguarding all associated transactions, namely, property sales and purchases, placing a property under the control of a company, drawing up residential leases as well as commercial and rural leases. Your notaire will ensure the relevant parties have legal ownership and that such ownership is enforceable against third parties.
• Company. Your notaire can assist and guide you in the running of your company whether this is a crafts-related, industrial, agricultural or commercial enterprise.
• Land, agriculture. Your notaire will advise optimum solutions.
• Fiscal advice. Your notaire can provide tax advice in regard to all the fields mentioned above.