Experience and a healthy respect for the litigation process inform our principal priorities of negotiation and settlement. However, “if you want peace prepare for war”. Our track record in the Gibraltar courts with major successes in ground-breaking cases assures opponents that a reasonable approach is the best option.
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With no capital gains, VAT, inheritance or wealth taxes, added to various tax incentives and full membership of the EU allowing the passporting of financial services across Europe, Gibraltar presents a myriad of tax planning opportunities to companies, investors and private individuals alike.
Charles Gomez & CoEstablished in 1988, Charles Gomez & Co Gibraltar Lawyers offer an efficient, independent and no-nonsense approach focused on results. As well as a busy and varied court practice and providing advice on all matters of Gibraltar law, we have a conveyancing/property department which provides a competitive “fast track” scheme to ensure that the purchase, sale or lease of property always runs smoothly. We have represented clients in the Privy Council in London and the Spanish Supreme Court. Our clients include number Gibraltar’s two largest trading companies as well as smaller firms, while our individual clients are come from both the local community and abroad. We regularly act as agents for overseas lawyers.
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