Our Spanish-International Law Firm was founded by Fernando Scornik Gerstein in 1977. Its main offices are located in Madrid and we also have offices in Barcelona, Las Palmas (Canary Islands) as well as and London, from where we provide advice on Spanish and Latin American law for companies or individuals in the United Kingdom.
In order to provide our services efficiently and professionally, we count with well trained and multilingual staff working in offices equipped with the latest technology, aiming to ensure the most efficient service.
Via the creation of IURISPAN (a network of Spanish law firms) and as members of international associations like the International Bar Association (IBA) and the Integrated Advisory Group (IAG), we offer a closer service practically throughout all the Spanish territory and even beyond our jurisdiction, following our customers’ interests.
Our Law Firm has the privilege to attend and assist clients who knew about our legal services via different Embassies and Consulates in Spain, whom might have had the need to be legally assisted in their own mother tongue before Spanish Authorities; we have also assisted customers of different Legal Insurance Companies; national companies with commercial interests abroad, as well as local and international companies in need of legal assistance in Spain; and of course, we have the honor to still have their confidence and trust. Our Law Firm is also privileged to be present in several international associations.
Fernando Scornik Gerstein is headquartered in Madrid, but also has offices in Barcelona and Las Palmas. Since 1986 there is an office in the city of London from where we provide advice in Spanish and Latin American Law to companies and/or individuals in the United Kingdom.
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