Our expertise in Private Clients & Inheritance Law

Our practice

Our attorneys are dedicated to meeting your individual needs in private law and inheritance law. We draw on our depth of experience advising an exclusive circle of private clients in matters of value to you and your family.

Individuals, families, foundations, trusts and family offices rely on us for wealth management and planning, structuring their assets, and growing and preserving their relationships to meet their personal needs and goals.

Our firm represents your own interests and stands by you before the Swiss courts in all manner of inheritance disputes, both domestic and international, and in actions for partition, reduction, nullity, rendering of accounts, and others. Where needed, we advocate for amicable resolutions and empower our clients in negotiations and mediation.

We pride ourselves on gaining our clients’ trust and frequently act as estate executors and liquidators.

Our knowledgeable tax experts can arrange sophisticated tax packages and are at the ready to advise you on all your foreign-client rights, whether you are settling in Switzerland, setting up a business in one of our cantons, or buying or selling real estate.

Our expertise

We offer our exceptional clients world-class service in the following areas:

  • Wealth, estate and tax planning
  • Inheritance litigation, including actions for partition, nullity, reduction, rendering of accounts, and more
  • Amicable resolution of disputes through negotiations and mediation
  • Business succession
  • Matrimonial law
  • Drawing up wills, inheritance agreements, marriage contracts, inheritance or matrimonial division agreements
  • Securing residence/work permits and devising tax packages
  • Real estate transactions.

Publications & Conferences

L’activité de gérant de fortune, sa responsabilité envers ses clients et ses obligations en matière successorale (1995)

"L'activité de gérant de fortune, sa responsabilité envers ses clients et ses obligations en matière successorale", Report to the International Union of Lawyers, December 1995.