PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES
AKIT is Latvia-based full service international law firm offering legal representation and services in the areas of Divorce, Immigration, Citizenship, Labour, Real estate, Competition, Dispute resolution, etc. A team of experts in most diverse law fields is available any time to guide you through legal issues which you may encounter in the European Union. Our team members appear on a frequent basis before state authorities, civil and administrative courts.
At AKIT we aim to combine traditional jurisprudence with innovative approach, thus bringing solutions based on the experience yet meeting modern trends. We provide a comprehensive range of legal services to private individuals and business entities with a commitment to the highest standards of responsibility, confidentiality and professionalism.
• Immigration and citizenship
Dual citizenship, temporary/permanent residence permit in Latvia, movement of persons within "Schengen Area", free movement of EU citizens and their family members within the territory of EU Member States.
• Family law
Divorce proceedings, marriage dissolution at notary's, representation in courts, maintenance recovery, marriage contracts, assistance returning children from third countries in the event of wrongful removal or retention of children in breach of custody rights.
• Litigation and Arbitration
Dispute resolution through litigation, alternative dispute resolution, debt recovery/prevention of recovery, disputes with property management companies, banks, insurance companies, disputing/appealing administrative acts.
• Real estate
Real estate transcations, finalizing of sale-purchase, search of immovable property meeting both your wishes and the requirements of the immigration law, management of the property, registration of title to the property, etc.
• Corporate law
Company formation (LLC (SIA), stock companies (AS)), European companies (Societas Europaea, SE), micro companies, branches and representative offices of foreign merchants, drafting incorporation documents, company liquidation, commercial pledges, etc.
• Competition law
Unfair driving out of the market, abuse of a dominant position, horizontal/vertical agreements, trade between Member States, application of unequal provisions to market participants.