Navigating a foreign legal system can be a challenging task, which is why we are committed to guide you through it. Barbora, as an experienced attorney, is dedicated to help you understand your rights and obligations under Czech law, and to find practical and cost-effective solutions to your legal issues.
Whether you are an individual, a family, or a business, Barbora is here to provide you with reliable and professional legal advice and representation.
International family law refers to the field that deals with issues arising from family relationships that cross national borders, such as marriage, divorce, child custody, and maintenance, as well as spousal property rights. One of the main challenges faced by individuals in international family law is determining the jurisdiction and governing law that will apply in their case. This is because laws can vary significantly among different countries, and the applicable law can have a significant impact on the outcome of the case.
In international family law cases, we work with both international and EU legal sources, as well as national laws. We are ready to assist you in the following matters:
Spousal assets management
Child custody and maintenance
International Child Abductions
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In the Czech Republic, international succession law is primarily governed by EU law. The succession regulation establishes a unified approach to jurisdiction, applicable law, and the recognition and enforcement of decisions in succession matters across EU member states.
Navigating international succession law in the Czech Republic can be complex, particularly when multiple jurisdictions are involved. For instance, a foreign national who passes away in the Czech Republic may have assets in their home country and other countries, necessitating consideration of the laws of multiple jurisdictions to effectively administer their estate.
Even if the heirs of a foreign national are located abroad, we can assist with ongoing proceedings in the Czech Republic and help protect their rights. Our services include drafting and registering a last will, administering the estate, and navigating any legal challenges that may arise.
We can mainly assist you in the following agendas:
Drafting and registering the last will
Representing heirs in the inheritance procedure in the Czech Republic
Cooperating with the professionals abroad
Administrating the last will and the succession
Helping with technicalities, changing the registration, cancelling the bank account etc.
Whether you are an heir, a beneficiary, or an executor, we are ready to help guide you through the process of international succession law in the Czech Republic.
Czech labor law is a complex framework that governs the relationship between employees and employers. It establishes a number of important rights and obligations for both parties, such as minimum wage requirements, protection against discrimination and harassment, and entitlements to time off.
For foreigners working in the Czech Republic, it is crucial to understand key aspects of Czech labor law. This includes the need to hold a valid work permit, the right to equal treatment in the workplace, and the entitlement to the same benefits and protections as Czech citizens.
Moreover, it is essential for foreigners to fulfill their obligations under Czech law, such as paying taxes and social security contributions, and complying with other relevant regulations.
We can mainly help you with the following matters:
Reviewing the work contract
Helping to terminate the contract
File the Court petitions for invalid termination
Collecting any claims you might have towards your employer
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Cross-Border Cash Collection
Cross border debt collection can be a challenging process, fortunately, there are several legal tools and procedures that can help to ensure a successful outcome.
One of the standard court procedures available in the Czech Republic is the filing of a claim with the appropriate court. This process involves submitting the claim and supporting documentation to the court, which will then decide on the matter. If the court finds in favor of the claimant, it may order the debtor to pay the debt, and if necessary, take enforcement measures to recover the debt.
In addition to standard court procedures, there are also European tools available for international debt collection, such as the European Small Claims Procedure, or European Payment Order. This procedure allows for the quick and efficient resolution of small claims and can be a useful option for those seeking to recover debts in the Czech Republic.
In case the debtor does not pay based on the judgment, it may be necessary to consider law enforcement options, such as garnishing the debtor's wages or seizing their assets. Finally, sometimes it might be necessary to claim the debt in the insolvency procedure which has its own rules and regulations.
We can assist you in the following agendas:
Any sort of court procedure against the debtor
Law enforcement in the Czech Republic
Insolvency procedure in the Czech Republic
With our extensive knowledge of international debt collection law, we are ready to help you navigate the complexities of this field in the Czech Republic. Whether you are seeking to recover a debt or defend against a debt collection claim, we are here to represent you.
Other Agenda We Can Help With
In addition to the specializations mentioned above, our law firm provides a wide range of comprehensive legal services to foreigners in various other areas, including real estate, lease agreements, driver's licenses, trade licenses, company formations, and business contracts. Whether you are buying or selling a property, negotiating a lease agreement, applying for a driver's or trade license, forming a company, or entering a business contract, we are here to provide you with the legal support you need. Our main goal is to help you achieve your objectives and protect your rights and interests throughout the legal process. We also work closely with other professionals in necessary cases to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.