Are you looking for an attorney at Curacao? Look no further: Triple A Attorneys will be able to assist you in all legal matters: to prevent potential judicial procedures or to defend you in one. Your Triple A Attorney in Curacao will get the best result for you in Curacao (or in any other island of the Dutch Caribbean).
Looking for an Attorney Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)?
You can visit us at our law firm in Curacao for a first consult with an attorney, or you can contact us via email of phone, our attorneys will be happy to inform you. Your attorney will evaluate the legal matter quickly and inform you what we can do for you. For contact details of your attorney in Curacao, please click here http://www.tripleattorneys.com/contact/
Areas of Justice
Your Triple A Attorney in the Dutch Caribbean can assist you in civil matters as well as penal cases. Our law firm handles a general practice and our attorneys have different specialities, such as:
- Corporate Law [http://www.tripleattorneys.com/corporate-law/]; and
- Labour Law [http://www.tripleattorneys.com/labour-law/]; and
- Criminal Law [http://www.tripleattorneys.com/criminal-law/].
For more information about the areas of justice of your Triple A Attorney in Curacao please look at ‘expertise’ on our website.
Legal Advice from an Attorney in Curaçao on Triple A Level!
All our lawyers at Triple A Attorneys are entitled to practice law within the Dutch Caribbean territory, which in alphabetical order, consist of the islands Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten (all formerly known as the Netherlands Antilles). Triple A Attorneys offers its services to companies, government entities as well as to individuals in the local and international arenas.
Attorney Curaçao Free Walk-in-Consult!
A free walk-in consultation at Triple A Attorneys offers you, as a justice seeker a comfortably low threshold to cross and put forward your legal issues to a competent specialist without so to speak, having the meter running.
Triple A Attorneys’ free walk-in consultation arrangement may be compared to the popular facility known in the Netherlands as ‘Legal Counter’ and which is being subsidized by the Netherlands’ Government. However, on Curaçao as well as on the other islands which formerly formed part of the now defunct Netherlands’ Antilles such a Legal Counter facility does not exist.