Attorney at Law and Civil Law Notary
Attorney at Law
Phone: (+49) (0)201/680150
Fax: (+49) (0)201/682454
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Business hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm CET [MEZ].
(Sometimes out for lunch 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm). For overseas visitors: Show our actual time.
Meetings on appointment, also off-time and at your home, your office or at familiar surroundings.
Normally, an appointment can be made within a day. Please call for an appointment, don't ask by e-mail.
Main focuses of our practice as Attorneys and Notary and more information about various fields of German law you can find using the menu, more about us within the Legal notice.
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Our office is right in the heart of Essen-Borbeck: Close to the old and the new market, at intersection Wuestenhoeferstr. / Gerichtsstr., above Café Augenblick.
Parking: At the Kaufland-parking garage nearby (160m east), the new market (50m west), or in surrounding streets.
Public transport: Stops for train (S9-NWB), streetcar (101-103) and bus (140-143-160-170-180) nearby (100m).
Admissions: As attorneys locally into all courts in Germany except (in civil cases) the federal court of justice. Former limitations on a single district courts area were cancelled in 2007. Attorney (or advocate, barrister, counsel, counselor, lawyer, proctor, solicitor; in German all those are called "Rechtsanwalt", "Anwalt" in short, who practice law either within or without court) since 1986, Civil Law Notary since 1994.
Administrative district as a Civil Law Notary: Essen-Borbeck with its suburbs Bedingrade, Bergeborbeck, Bochold, Borbeck-Mitte, Dellwig, Frintrop, Gerschede, Schoenebeck and Vogelheim (zip codes 45355, 45356, 45357 and 45359). Here, normally at the office, the procedure of notarization has to take place. The subject of a contract (e.g. house or condo/freehold flat) can be allocated anywere.
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