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International

Druces is a founder member of a global network of independent law firms, the Alliance of Business Lawyers. This currently gives us access to expert legal advice in over 35 countries around the world including in Europe, the U.S, Canada, South America, Hong Kong, India, Africa and the Middle East. The existence of these overseas contacts is critical to the needs of our ever increasing international client base, taking advantage of the internationalisation or globalisation of the world economies and markets and ensuring cross-border transactions can be effected with ease. We are constantly seeking to expand the network with high quality firms involved primarily in corporate & commercial law to provide yet better coverage and, therefore, an enhanced service to our clients. Our offering to international clients includes specialised Private Client services for individuals with residency and domiciliary requirements, property services, both commercial and residential, taxation and litigation & dispute resolution.


France

Our team services clients in France, Monaco and Switzerland and is experienced in the laws and taxes of these three countries.


Belgium

We specialise in matters which involve multiple jurisdictions including Belgium, working closely with the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain.

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