Legal Translation

In international legal relations the translator's job is just as important as the services of a lawyer. An imprecise or false translation will inexorably lead to time-consuming litigation and loss of money. For that reason you would be well-advised to use the services of qualified legal translator who will provide you with a thoroughly researched and grammatically correct text that is in its substance accurate and faithful to the original document.
Your documents will be in particularly good hands. In my work as a state-certified and sworn-in translator in English, German and Polish I deal daily with legal documents such as agreements or court decisions. In addition to my many years of experience in translating such specialised texts, I have undertaken many interpreting assignments in the legal field (at various authorities, courts of law, notaries etc.), and also closely cooperate with several international law firms.

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