|12-11-2018 07:02 PM CET - Politics, Law & Society||
Legal Hints for Christmas Shopping
Press release from: Lawyer Alexander von Engelhardt
As Christmas time is coming, so is the unwrapping on Xmas Day as well. Cope with the fact, that many Germans will shake their heads in pity that you, though you consider it to be normal, always present the gifts one day too late… Germans not only give to their kids on Christmas Eve but also do not place them in stockings by the fireplace. But that is not really the topic of this article, chat about this with neighbors as small talk. Around this time of year, many Germans are panicky trying to collect all the Christmas presents – as if this holiday would be coming unannounced. Not only getting the right gifts and wrapping them will give you a headache, but also if the gifted person does not like the present. Will he or you be able to exchange it for something else? We have collected the most important legal aspects so that Christmas will really be a merry fest.
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About Alexander von Engelhardt
Alexander von Engelhardt is a lawyer specializing in German immigration and corporation law. He has dual citizenship (German and American) and was born in New York. He currently works and resides in Berlin, Germany. He serves his clients in English or German and offers solutions for business immigration and easy company formation. Next to his legal work Alexander also enjoys writing about legal terms and new developments in the world of law. He sends out a monthly newsletter and provides information on important topics like taxes, immigration and company law for expats living and working in Germany.
Alexander von Engelhardt
10623 Berlin, Germany
phone: +49 30 51300026
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