Individual, family and inheritance law, without being a core discipline, frequently concerns our clients in family and inheritance matters.
Key aspects of this branch of law such as surrogate motherhood, marriages, divorces, break-ups, minors, inheritance, personal identity and filiation, personal capacity, among others, are increasingly marked by the presence of the international element, a factor that is undoubtedly boosted by globalisation and the mobility of people.
However, regardless of nationality, globality coexists with specificity, with the local element, the place of habitual residence or where the relationships regulated by family law are developed in each jurisdiction. Each person, each couple, each family is and has different circumstances that require the design of a tailor-made legal strategy and a different emotional approach.
The mission of the professionals who make up Lupicinio’s Family Law Boutique, Verónica Van Kesteren and Alia Sáinz, is to apply their legal knowledge and experience to achieve a tailor-made suit adapted to the circumstances of each person or family and which is legally viable.
Why choose us as your lawyers in Personal, Family and Inheritance Law?
Essentially because they are very experienced lawyers, constructive in their approach – but procedurally firm, where appropriate. Their understanding of the law translates into a personal approach, creating the closeness necessary to discuss complex issues, always taking into account the needs of the children and the good of the family. We approach each case giving priority to negotiation as the main tool for reaching agreements, with the aim of trying to maintain family ties and this, as a guarantee and in defence of the rights and welfare of the children, which is always our priority.
Whether they are judicial or extrajudicial proceedings or negotiations, Personal, Family and Inheritance matters usually involve the most important aspects of anyone’s life: children, affections, the family home, the family, relationships and assets.
Hence the importance of having professionals with solid theoretical and procedural knowledge, but also with a special sensitivity; lawyers who accompany people in such personal and delicate matters.
As experts, our lawyers cannot and should not guarantee results, but they can define strategies by foreseeing possible scenarios, assessing as many risks as possible, providing the people they work with with the necessary information so that their decision-making process is the best, taking into account the circumstances.