The aim of our work
Our legal office is focused on providing legal assistance for both physical persons and corporate entities – especially for foreign persons and companies. The aim of our work is to deliver solutions adjusted individually to the specific needs and requirements of every client. We are aware of how complicated the rules of polish law system might appear, therefore we do our best to simplify the solutions and to give honest and straightforward answers to our client’s questions and doubts.
The focus on our clients needs results in honest analysis of every case. We will always provide you with a detailed analysis of the possible chances for success in given case, but not without the information on potential costs and risks.
Business for foreigners
One of the main scopes of the Fifielski and Jasiński’s legal office work is to provide legal assistance to foreigners who run business in Poland or their business is in any way related to Poland. The experience we have gained allows us to point out for our foreign clients such areas of Polish law, which have vital influence on foreigners and their activities. We provide a full scope of services, including setting up companies, hiring foreign employees and receiving all permissions that are necessary in order to start and conduct a business in Poland.
Our foreign contacts
Due to the number of international clients our office cooperates with a number of sworn translators and legal offices from abroad, thus allowing smooth and easy communication with citizens from various parts of the world. This cooperation also allows for quick preparation of translations of the documents which are needed to be used in court or any other office. We communicate in English, German and Chinese.
Real estate law
The specificity of our experience also includes cooperation with both domestic and foreign investment advisors.
Numerous contacts cause our legal office to participate in numerous investment processes on a regular basis, also combining those interested in possible co-operation between entrepreneurs and investors.