Abogado is the Spanish word for lawyer, but this encompasses a wide range of legal services. These professionals provide legal advice to Spanish and English speakers on a variety of subjects. The key areas of the practice include company law, intellectual property, business law, international wills, probates, conveyance, family law, criminal law, and taxation.
In addition to providing legal advice, day to day assistance in building, prosecuting, and winning a case is provided by a Latin lawyer. The services provided by these lawyers include a detailed analysis of all the issues involved in the case.
Litigation is one of the most important work areas for the Latin lawyers. Litigation services can include white-collar crime, bankruptcy, insolvency, enforcement proceedings, industrial and intellectual property, inheritances, breaches of contract and leases. A trained abagado provides an effective technical solution to legal relationships which end in conflict.
An abogado also provides advice and service in the area of tax law. These lawyers can help with income and wealth tax returns. They can help you in the proper completion of tax forms.
An abogado can also prove useful in family law. The legal separation of families, even in international cases, is more easily dealt with by these lawyers. The dissolution of marital contracts can be conducted with the help of an abogado. Criminal cases, including crimes relating to fraud, bankruptcy, robbery, corporate crime, computer crome, sexual offences, and other judicial proceedings are handled efficiently by abagados.
An abogado can help with any legal difficulty, regardless of one’s country of origin. Spanish and English speakers can call at 800-776-6700 for all legal assistance.