As prosperity in our region grows, so do the sophisticated legal and tax needs of high-net-worth individuals and families. Our Private Client team is well-equipped to address the most challenging issues in structuring private wealth. With precision and effectiveness, our lawyers assist successful people in navigating complex areas, ranging from wealth structuring and succession planning to philanthropic giving and art investments. In this article, you will find out more about the key issues our clients are facing.Contact us
Trusted by clients, recognised by Chambers
Being a one-stop shop for legal and tax services, Sorainen is trusted by many high-net-worth individuals, as well as founders and CEOs of companies.
Our work in this field has also been recognised by the prestigious international legal directory Chambers High Net Worth – it ranks our Private Wealth Law practice in the top tier in Lithuania.
Our lawyers help to preserve your wealth for future generations or join a family business as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. To achieve effective governance of a family business, preparing a family constitution is recommended. Such a document defines the family’s values and mission, regulates a course of action in case of unexpected events and secures the continuity of your business.
Connecting success with good causes
Wealthy individuals often have concerns that go far beyond their wealth and financial returns – they strongly support charitable causes, the arts, the environment and social entrepreneurship. We work to ensure their mission is successful by taking care of all related legal and tax aspects.
We can help you with
- Family and family offices: wealth structuring, family governance, family constitution, private equity and family investments, pre-nuptial and nuptial agreements, divorce, wills and succession planning
- Tax: domestic and international tax aspects and structuring
- Executive employment & immigration: agreements, residence and work permits, citizenship
- Real estate: commercial, residential and non-profit transactions in cross-border situations
- Art: copyright and ownership issues, buying and selling art, helping cultural institutions, charitable giving and insurance issues
- Inheritance issues: will and estate disputes
- Insurance: life and health insurance
- Philanthropy: creation of charities, grant agreements between charities and philanthropists