Legal Translation Services
Conveying the exact meaning in every translation
We offer specialist translation services in the legal sector.
Our legal translation services are fully managed by a legal professional, an indispensable figure when it comes to the complex procedure that requires a genuine analysis of comparative law aimed at ensuring the most accurate correspondence between the text in the source language and that in the target language. We always bear in mind the Latin maxim
“absurda sunt semper vitanda”, according to which any nonsensical interpretation must be rejected.
We guarantee that any task assigned to us will be delivered to a high standard. Every document or deed is handled jointly by two legal experts who initially work on understanding, precisely interpreting and translating the document before carrying out a full revision of the translated text.
In addition to translation and revision services for juridical and legal documents, we offer an additional service of technical legal appraisal.
Where permitted, our qualified lawyer may provide additional considerations, clarifications and interpretations concerning the translated document as well as carrying out, if required, genuine legal research relating to salient aspects of the document in question or to other regulations that are of interest to the client, to whom maximum confidentiality is always assured.
In general, we translate:
Legal and commercial letters, warnings, contracts, judgements, court orders, partnership deeds, financial statements, articles of association, supply contracts, leases, property transactions, employment contracts, insurance contracts, distance contracts, franchising agreements, online gaming, succession deeds, wills, gift deeds, trial records, in particular summons, statements, appeals, compensation claims, documents granting power of attorney, testimony in criminal proceedings, civil status certificates (birth, death, marriage), international adoptions, law firm websites, legal texts, texts relating to EU regulations, specifications, notarial documents, information on the protection of personal data according to the new European privacy regulation (GDPR), deeds related to international law (e.g. immigration, right to asylum).