Start-Up Business Lawyer Bulgaria

Our Bulgarian business lawyers offer a range of start-up business legal services to entrepreneurs, inventors, and business professionals throughout Sofia. 

We work closely with each new start-up from organization through each phase of growth and expansion, handling all business transactions and business litigation matters that every start-up in the first few years of operation. Start-Up Business Lawyer Bulgaria

Our Corporate lawyers offer more than just legal counsel

Because our Bulgarian law firm’s main focus is providing counsel to entrepreneurs, small businesses and start-ups – and have been successful in helping launch start-ups in a variety of business industries – we are more than just a business law firm to our clients. 

Our Bulgarian business lawyers have the capability to offer strategic insight on how to quickly integrate into new or existing markets and industries, and our business law firm will help connect new business owners and entrepreneurs to experienced, hardworking service providers; such as, legal accountants, business developers, project designers, home network professionals, insurance agents, etc.

If you’re ready to take the next step, and are looking to efficiently and effectively launch your new start-up business, or take your brand to the next level, please contact our Bulgarian business law firm to learn more. Start-Up Business Lawyer Bulgaria

Our Bulgarian Business Law Firm’s Philosophy in Working with New Start-up Business’

Regardless of the level of assistance you and your Bulgarian start-up business needs from our law firm, you can be assured of receiving quality, efficient, and personalized legal and business counsel. Start-Up Business Lawyer Bulgaria

We truly believe in establishing long-lasting relationships with our new start-up clients.  Our Bulgarian business law firm has a wealth of resources that will save you and your company time and money, and allow your business to hit the ground running in a short period of time. 

We understand that new start-up has budget limitations and we will work hard to provide reasonable flat-fee’s for our legal services.

Business Transactions

Contracts and transactions form the foundation of business. Contracts and business transactions should be designed and drafted to establish the rights, conditions and obligations of the parties involved.

If a contract is poorly written or drafted, you or your business may suffer unintended and devastating results. Whether you have a small business or a large business, the payment of litigation costs are high. Therefore, when drafting a contract or business transaction a lawyer should always keep in mind what may happen if a dispute arises regarding the contract.

We have experience in litigating contract disputes at the Law Offices of D.Vladimirov. We have found that our business litigation practice enables us to spot many holes in a contract that could form the basis of a lawsuit should a dispute arise. Therefore, we spend a good amount of time drafting business contracts and business transactions to avoid potential downstream litigation. A contract or transaction is only as good as it is written.Business Transactions

Because there is no perfectly written contract, litigation may always result if one party doesn’t do what the contract requires. From our litigation experience, we have come to realize the importance of having satisfactory remedies outlined in a business contract. We have seen contracts written by others wherein the remedies made available in the contract were unenforceable.

For that reason, when drafting a transaction or business contract, we make every effort that should a breach of contract occur, our clients have the necessary contractual rights to recover all of their damages.Business Transactions

When drafting contracts for a new or existing business, it is necessary to predict future situations your business may encounter. Quality business contracts take into consideration a multitude of factors that may not be obvious to you as a business owner.

Whether you are opening a sole proprietorship or entering into a partnership, or embarking on a new endeavor in the course of an established business, you should seek the advice of a trained contract attorney to help you protect your rights and your business.

Business contracts in Bulgaria, like any business agreement, involve an exchange of promises that the law will enforce, or a writing which contains the principal terms to which the parties have agreed.  Business Contracts in Bulgaria

An enforceable business contract executed in a business transaction will generally include the following elements:

  • Offer – an offer by one party to do something;
  • Acceptance – one party’s agreement to the terms of the offer;
  • Consideration – right, interest, profit or benefit accruing to one party;
  • Intention to Be Legally Bound;
  • Legal Purpose – the contract must be for a legal purpose;
  • Capacity – age, mental capacity, and legal existence are all issues of capacity;
  • Mutual Assent  – a meeting of the minds or mutual agreement; and
  • Certainty of Terms – the promises of the parties must be clear.

It must be clear from the business agreement https://lawyer-bulgaria.co.uk/the promises that each party is making.  Without some description of the terms and conditions of the parties, a court will be unable to enforce the business contract against either party.   Our Bulgarian business lawyers call this type of contract an illusory business contract. Business Contracts in Bulgaria

An illusory contract is most often between two parties whereby one party making the promise to perform is under no obligation to fulfill the promise and thus the contract is unenforceable against said party.  The terms and conditions of the business contract must be sufficiently definite to allow for the business agreement to be enforced.

Business Contracts in Bulgaria

Every written business contract in Bulgaria should describe the substantive terms of the parties’ agreement, as noted above.

In addition, there are numerous boilerplate clauses incorporated in every business contract that are equally important.

The following are a few business contract boilerplate clauses that our Bulgarian business attorneys frequently use: a business contract in Bulgaria like any agreement, is an exchange of promises that the law will enforce, or a writing which contains certain terms and conditions to which the parties have agreed.

An enforceable business contract will generally include the following elements: offer, acceptance, consideration, intent to be bound, legal purpose, capacity, mutual asset, and certainty of terms.

Business Litigation in Bulgaria

Our Bulgaria business litigation attorneys provide legal counsel to small businesses, inventors, professionals, start-up companies, entrepreneurs, and private corporations. Business Litigation in Bulgaria

Our law firm handles a range of corporate litigation matters throughout Sofia and other cities including, breach of contract, business disputes, collection, trademark infringement, trade secret litigation, business fraud, and professional malpractice.

Business litigation matters often vary in levels of complexity, ranging from simple contact disagreements (e.g., breach of contract) to complex shareholder and partnership disputes. Business Litigation in Bulgaria

Our law office, based in Sofia provide a business services, including partnerships, LLC’s, corporations and other entities, often face litigation with other businesses, partners, shareholders, members and other individuals, which require an understanding of the applicable law and the particular litigation issues involved. Business Litigation in Bulgaria

Our Bulgaria business litigation attorneys work on various types of business litigation matters, representing companies and individuals in connection with their most important business issues.

Whether it be for a start-up or a private corporation, commercial litigation in Bulgaria can often be a long and costly effort for any business and its officers and owners.

Our Bulgaria law office, with business lawyers appreciate that the involvement of legal counsel can oftentimes be the difference between a business that collapses from the pressures of corporate litigation and a business that aptly responds and cultivates economic stability out of such legal hardship.Business Litigation in Bulgaria

The business attorneys in Bulgaria are sensitive to the economic and mental strains of corporate litigation, including gathering the necessary funding for legal fees.

 In turn, our Bulgarian business law firm offers reasonable billing options and flexible fees so that business owners can remain focused on the needs of their businesses, employees and customers.

Commercial litigation in Bulgaria

When you are involved in litigation, you need an attorney who can help you focus on your objectives and navigate you to a successful resolution. We understand that litigation is costly and often, mentally-taxing for you.

Our commercial litigation lawyers of International law office D.Vladimirov & Partners. endeavor to achieve the best outcome for you. Some clients prefer to resolve a dispute through mediation or other alternative dispute resolution methods; some prefer to fight it out in the courtroom. Whatever the outcome you desire, our focus is always client-centric at International law office D.Vladimirov & Partners.

Our attorneys have successfully handled numerous business lawsuits and disputes in state and federal courts throughout Sofia city and across Bulgaria, including breach of contract, LLC member disputes, partnership disputes, trademark infringement, copyright infringement, trade secret lawsuits, business disparagement, defamation, unfair competition lawsuits, shareholder derivative disputes, fraud and misrepresentation claims, tortious interference with contract, creditor recovery, lender liability, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts, and many others claims and lawsuits.

A commercial lawyer is a specialist who advises companies and governments on relevant business matters. This covers a huge range of issues, and for this reason every law firm is specialized in a specific field of activity. 

Our commercial lawyers drafts and reviews the legal documents that underlie the successful client transactions he represents. He also helps his clients resolve legal disputes.

The main areas of practice are corporate law, finance and banking. Lawyers  of International law office D.Vladimirov & Partners will prepare the legal documents necessary for the client’s corporate activities as well as for the conclusion of transactions such as restructuring or acquisition. They also act as project managers, making sure that the legal aspects go smoothly and on schedule.

The financial services lawyer ensures that his clients are legally protected against the risks associated with financial transactions . Lenders run the risk of losing their money, and the borrowers’ problem is the risk that arises from the obligations they will have incurred in return for financing provided by the lenders.

Commercial law attorneys prepare or review the documents required to withdraw a bank loan and verify that all legal action required for financing has been completed. Our litigation lawyers in Bulgaria also advise their clients on legal issues that arise in connection with the financing of certain measures.

Legal Dispute resolution –  One of the responsibilities of litigationlawyers  is resolving disputes. They advise their clients on the legislation on the particular dispute in which they are involved and propose a strategy for resolving the dispute.

If these disputes progressed to the formation of contentious proceedings , they will prepare the necessary legal documents and will target customers in the trial . Some attorneys may act as arbitrators or mediators. They also advise their clients on how to avoid or minimize the negative effects of potential future disputes regarding their transactions.

Child maintenance Bulgaria

A maintenance case is usually filed when two people living in the form of an actual cohabitation have a common child and are separated.

Then the child or children remain with one parent and the other either does not pay maintenance or pays it less than the needs of minors. Then, for the parent with whom the child lives, a legal interest arises in bringing a maintenance case against the other parent.

Whenever it comes to family relationships, my advice is to resolve the issue on the basis of dialogue and mutual compromise in the best interests of the child. In order for the negotiations to be successful, this should be entrusted to a family professional lawyers, the most specialized family law lawyer, to assist the parties in converging positions.

And only after all the possibilities for a peaceful and voluntary solution to the problem have been exhausted should the case be resorted to.

Child support case without marriage

In most cases, maintenance cases mainly concern children born out of wedlock. This is because a maintenance case is extremely rare in the course of the marriage, and in the case of a divorce the court is obliged to adjudicate on the issue of maintenance and in reality no other case is required.

Children born without marriage, have the same rights as those born in the marriage, and therefore entitled to alimony.

When should a maintenance case be brought?

It is not always the case that after two parents terminate an actual cohabitation, such a case is required. When both parents understand each other, do not call each other, and cover their child’s financial needs, litigation is superfluous, although in this case we personally advise the parties, given the volatility of human nature, to settle their situation after separation, at least out of court, in which they set clear boundaries on how their relationship will develop in the future.

If after separation, the other parent refuses to pay maintenance if he or she is able to do so and does not respond to attempts to resolve the issue peacefully and out of court, then without hesitation, the parent who actually took care of the minor child should bring the court with a claim for maintenance.

Any delay, hesitation or excuse on the part of this parent not to institute proceedings is against the interests of his or her child and deprives him or her of financial resources for the upbringing and upbringing of the child.

What amount of maintenance can be claimed?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions. The answer can be given only after your lawyer becomes acquainted with all the facts and circumstances, namely, what are the needs of the child, what is the value of his / her monthly maintenance, are there any specific needs such as medicines, therapies, courses, etc. n., what is the approximate financial capacity of the defendant / usually the father / to provide alimony, and what evidence does the parent have for the expenses incurred to cover the child’s needs.

One can only say for sure what is the minimum amount of child support that cannot be sued in one case – it is 25% of the minimum wage for the country, which as of 01.01.2019 is BGN 560, which makes minimum amount of BGN 140 per month.

The maximum amount in a minor’s maintenance case will depend mainly on the child’s proven needs and, to a much lesser extent, on the parent’s ability to provide. Also important here are the income of the parent, where the child lives permanently, because contrary to the widespread opinion, he is also required by law to support his child and the amount of maintenance is divided between the mother and father in a certain proportion.

Past maintenance fees

A maintenance case usually takes a certain period of time from the actual separation to the filing of the claim in court.

 In order not to violate the rights of the child, it should be brought by the parent and a claim for maintenance for a past period, covering the moment from separation to the opening of the case.

However, this period may not be longer than one year, insofar as the law expressly provides that past due maintenance may be claimed for a maximum of 12 months before the date on which the application is filed. All the expenses from the previous period cannot be searched, which is the main reason why the case should not be delayed.

What is the cost of a maintenance case?

Maintenance cases are exempt from paying a state fee for their formation. The only cost is a lawyer’s fee according Tariff. These costs are awarded to the plaintiff if the claim is upheld in full and, therefore, it is important that, in determining the claim is well prepared in the light of the evidence available .

Divorce with Bulgarian

If you are in process of divorce, but you have bought a holiday home in Bulgaria, most likely you will need to settle the ownership between yourself and your spouse.

Аccording to statistics, in recent years the number of dissolved marriages with an international element has increased, and to file for divorce with a foreigner in Bulgaria is not at all rare and exotic. What is so popular about ending an international marriage in Bulgaria?

Firstly, the cost of a lawyer’s service, which is several times cheaper than in Western European countries, for example.

Secondly, the complete lack of additional conditions that would complicate a divorce with a foreigner, such as compulsory time for the parties to live together, periods of reflection, etc.

Third is the opportunity, once you are a Bulgarian citizen, to defend your rights more successfully in your home country, as judicial chauvinism is widespread in the most rule of law countries.

Divorce with a foreigner in Bulgaria ?

It is generally always better to have a divorce in Bulgaria, for the reasons listed at the beginning of the exhibition, but there are a number of factors that can make a divorce case with a foreigner in our country more appropriate. Such a factor may be the permanent residence of the child in the territory of a foreign country, which, according to the rules of international law, makes it competent to adjudicate on matters of parental responsibility in the relevant foreign court.

Secondly, it may be the presence of property in the spousal property community regime of considerable value in the foreign country, on which the Bulgarian court, according to its territorial jurisdiction, cannot rule. To do this, and if you have reached a decision to divorce, always consult a seasoned lawyer with knowledge of international law first about breaking up marriages with an international element about where it is better for you to end the marriage.

We can assist as your divorce lawyer in assessing the market value of the property and on any consequent ownership transaction, following a divorce settlement.

In case your spouse and you own a company in Bulgaria, you might settle to transfer the shares of the Bulgarian company to either of you or to a third party.

What is the cost of a divorce with a foreigner?

If the divorce with the foreigner is by mutual agreement, then the costs are low and it depends on the complexity of the case. As a client you schuld calculate the state fees, attorneys’ fees in the minimum amount and fees for a sworn translator and possible proportional maintenance fees for the child maintenance costs.

When the divorce is a claim and the foreigner does not have an address in Bulgaria, has one abroad, or has an unknown address, the lawyer’s fee starts from the average price for such type of legal services according to the Tariff. In addition to the state fees, fees for translation of court documents in the respective language should be provided, court fees for various court certificates, as well as possibly a fee for a court order for summoning abroad.

The extra costs should include a one-instance remuneration of the Special Representative who appoints the court a sum, settled by the Bulgarian court. Considering the complexity of the procedure, its length and all kinds of complications, we recommend that you do not experiment with your time and money and ask for a successful conduct. of your divorce to our specialists, and we guarantee that by choosing us you receive a quality legal service that will save your time, nerves and money.

It might a be straightforward process, but every case should be examined in details for complications. Our lawyers can assist with the legal matters for you in such cases.

Personal Injury Bulgaria

Thousands of people are killed in motor vehicle collisions each year in Bulgaria. Hundreds of thousands are injured. In 2017, that number equated more than 20-30 car accident injuries every day across the country.

No one is ever expecting a catastrophic vehicle crash to happen to them. But in the aftermath, victims and their families are left with the burden of devastating injuries and mounting bills.

There’s also the expense of repairing or replacing their vehicles and dealing with the pressure of the insurance company. It’s hard for anyone to endure.

If a careless driver caused the crash that injured you, our law office D.Vladimirov & Partners can hold that person responsible for your losses. If applicable, the firm’s skilled lawyers can investigate defective car parts or roadway defects that led to an accident.

With two full-time investigators on staff, ​​​​​​​ our law office D.Vladimirov & Partners car collision legal team can get started on your case as soon as you call.

Sofia, Bulgaria Car Collision Lawyers with Knowledge, Compassion and Commitment

D.Vladimirov & Partners in Sofia, Bulgaria has the experience to help injured victims. As the oldest plaintiffs’ law firm in Sofia, our team has a decades-long groundwork of knowledge to go the distance against negligent parties.

We put our clients’ interests at the forefront and help them obtain the compensation they deserve.

It has been our job during more than 14 years of practice to protect victims and advocate for them during tough times. We know Bulgaria automobile accident law and the complex rules of the road that govern drivers.

If you were injured or a family member was killed in a car crashes in Bulgaria, please contact our Sofia law office lawyer for Car accident lawyers at “D.Vladimirov & Partnrs” law office in Sofia,Bulgaria could call us on + 359 897 90 43 91 or fill out the form below to get started.

We can discuss what happened to you, the next steps, and what you can expect.

As lawyer We assist our clients in the enforcement of decisions of foreign courts, established in EU Member States, which have direct legal effect in Bulgaria, as well as of decisions not directly recognized in cases with an international element.

Depending on the subject matter of the dispute, some court decisions require a specific procedure before the Bulgarian court. The court will issue a judicial act recognizing and admitting the execution of the foreign judgment so that it has enforceability in Bulgaria. It is only after the enactment of this act that the creditor can obtain a writ of execution against the debtor and take enforcement action with the assistance of a bailiff.

Our law office perform on behalf of our clients all kinds of procedures for the recognition and admission of the execution of foreign court acts in the Bulgarian court, including preparing and filing all necessary applications and applications, performing legal representation, obtaining the issued court act and official translation of the foreign court.

We represent law enforcement in connection with enforcement against the debtor.

We assist creditors in obtaining a European order for payment, certificates of European Enforcement Order for uncontested claim, direct enforcement under Regulation (EU) No 1215/2012, recognition and enforcement of judgments and the issuance of a European Certificate of Succession in cases of inheritance abroad and decisions on European proceedings for small claims.

* The legal costs and legal feess incurred during the procedure for recognition and enforcement of foreign court acts in Bulgaria may be reimbursed at the expense of the debtor.

The Representation is a legal institution referring to legal actions of one person (agent) on behalf of another (principal) whereby the principal has to bear the consequences resulting from the agent’s legal actions.

There are two forms of representation to be distinguished: voluntary representation – here, the representation is wanted and organized by the principal; and the second form is obligatory representation imposed by the law – in this case the law itself requires representation by certain persons.