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PATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy Sp. k.

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Managing Partners: Piotr Augustyniak, Tomasz Hatylak
Number of partners: 3
Number of lawyers: 10
Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian

Firm Overview:
PATH is a unique law firm assisting ultra and high-net-worth individuals with a diverse portfolio of international and domestic assets with managing complex investment, asset protection and succession planning, as well as advising on very complex reporting issues related to AML, CRS and FATCA. The international tax structuring services of PATH involve most jurisdictions in the world.

The key partners, Piotr Augustyniak and Tomasz Hatylak, are Trust and Estate Practitioners (TEP) – full members of the prestigious, UK-based Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). Prior to launching PATH, its partners gained experience working on large-scale, cross-border projects as partners and senior associates at major international firms such as K&L Gates, White & Case, Hogan Lovells, Squire Patton Boggs and Gide Loyrette Nouel. Their collective expertise makes PATH’s cross-border services on tax, trusts, wealth management, family relocations and asset structuring second-to-none.

(The name of the company refers to the fact that the aim of its team is to straighten out the intricate paths of international law and support its clients in following those paths.)

Main Areas of Practice:
PATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy Sp.k.:
■ Tax and law advisory for high-net-worth individuals
■ Tax advisory in the areas of international tax law and European Union law
■ Conducting proceedings and contentious cases in the area of tax law
■ Corporate law
■ Mergers and acquisitions
■ Advisory in the area of personal income tax
■ Compliance

PATH Family Office (Suisse) Sarl:
■ Succession and estate planning
■ Cross-border legal and tax advice
■ Consierge services
■ Family counselling services/ family constitutions
■ Managing valuable assets (real estate, yachts, works of art)
■ Planning new business ventures
■ Charitable activities

Contributions

Total 2 contributions

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