The results you get will be in direct proportion to the effort you apply (Denis Waitley)

We are dedicated to providing legal support and comprehensive legal solutions. We work closely, side by side with our client to reach the best possible result together.

We work closely, side by side with our client to reach the best possible result together. Multidisciplinary Thanks to a correct coordination between its different specialties, the multidisciplinary nature of the firm allows us to offer comprehensive advice to clients.

Diversity Law, is one of the leading independent international law firms, dedicated to the provision of comprehensive legal advice services. We work internationally, integrating a team of more than 20 highly qualified professionals in different areas of law.

We create links of absolute professional and human trust with our clients. Reaching a clear understanding between all parties. We work for and for you.

Professional ethics, confidentiality, technical rigor, speed of response and the creation of solutions are the fundamental pillars of the performance of the entire legal team in our office. We coordinate the different areas of law, creating a global advice, considering all the legal aspects that affect the case.

Our client will have a complete vision of the case that will help the correct decision.

Multidisciplinary team

· Administrative, European, Civil, Criminal and Labor Law.
· Civil and Family Mediation.
· Human rights.

Why choose us?

Domains of different languages among which stand out:
· English
· Frances
· Italian
· Portuguese
Training and experience of all our lawyers.
Efficiency and speed in the responses of our legal department ( or cabinet).

Excellence in legal areas

In Diversity Law you will find legal excellence with the best results. We ensure a close commitment to our clients and their interests. In this highly competitive legal world, our job is to provide innovative solutions to the most complex cases. Our added value: an integral way of solving problems. Our more than 20 lawyers and specialists, come together and shape each case, always under the strictest professional ethics and cohesion between different legal disciplines.

Administrative law

Administrative law it’s a part of public law that regulates the organization, operation, powers and duties of the Public Administration and the consequent legal relations between the Administration and other subjects. By extension, it is usually also applicable to the materially administrative action of the other powers of the State and of all those entities of the public sector. Set of legal norms, doctrine and techniques that regulate the activity of the Public Administration as it relates to those administered or insofar as some of its bodies are related to each other on the occasion of the administrative function, always giving priority to the public interest on the subject. The study of the legal figures of private law that, on frequent occasions, the Public Administration uses to satisfy certain interests of an administrative body or entity is not part of it.

Administrative contentious

Term susceptible of several meanings, all based on the idea of litigation. Set of the rules of organization and operation of administrative jurisdictions. Set of disputes whose knowledge belongs to administrative jurisdictions. Distinction of the contentious. Classification made among the resources of the administrative dispute that have mainly resulted:
1. To a four-party regrouping based on the powers of the judge (contentious of annulment, full jurisdiction, interpretation and repression).
2. To a bipartite regrouping whose criterion is the contentious legal nature entrusted to the judge (objective contentious and subjective contentious).

Criminal law

Our office carries cases of prisoners who are serving sentences in the EU. We facilitate the resolutions of the criminal procedure, and where appropriate possibilities of changes in prisons.

International right

Private international law is that branch of law that has as its object international conflicts of competence, conflicts of international laws, procedural cooperation and determining the legal status of foreigners. This branch of law analyzes international legal relations either between private or where there is a private interest. This legal relationship has the peculiarity of having a foreign element to local law, which raises either conflicts of jurisdiction or applicable law, and its purpose is to determine who can know about the subject and what right should be applied. In some countries this branch of law is known as international civil law. It should be noted that private international law does not resolve conflicts, it simply determines the norm or law of which country should be used in the resolution of international conflicts, as well as the judge that will resolve this controversy (normativist position). Modernly, the doctrine is shifting towards a substantialist position where private international law includes norms that directly resolve cases that may arise, and focuses the study of this branch of law, not only on the indirect or conflict norm, but in international private legal relations, which is where the disputes that international private law will take over really lie. It also deals with issues of great importance on legal relations between States. In this order of things, regulates the execuátur and extradition.

Environmental law

Our firm works both the areas of environmental criminal law and administrative environmental law. We advise companies regarding administrative procedures to obtain environmental licenses that are appropriate and appropriate to each project. We perform EIA. Environmental impact studies

Family law

Family law is a means the set of legal norms, which members of civil law regulate the family, understood as a natural and social institution, in all aspects of private law.

Family law basically regulates three aspects:

a) Marriage, in turn, includes the legal norms related to its celebration, as well as to its personal and economic effects, including matrimonial economic regimes, and the different crisis situations such as nullity, separation and marriage.
b) The affiliation includes both matrimonial and extramarital and adoptive affiliation, and ultimately parental rights.
c) The guardianship includes the set of legal norms referring to the guardianship and protection of minors or disabled persons not subject to parental rights.

Civil law

Civil Law has been suffering an important disintegration of matters throughout the ages, affecting this separation to the following branches:

• Commercial law; that is configured as an independent law and applicable to a group of citizens dedicated to trade, with the purpose of regulating and solving all the needs of commercial traffic.
• Labor law; It is after the industrial revolution that there is an urgent need to regulate labor relations with more specific and specific norms than those generally contained in Civil Law, resulting in numerous special laws pertaining to the social branch and an important doctrinal and professional specialization.
• Banking Law; We work to manage your interests against banks and financial institutions: mortgages, land clauses, shareholding, general financial products. Making previous claims through judicial and jurisdictional channels.
• Consumer law; We protect the weakest part, the consumer from abuse by companies that do not meet their obligations and / or try to economically abuse their customers.

Testamentary law

Spanish common law recognizes two types of hereditary succession, the one that has its origin in the will of the deceased and that which, in the absence of its manifestation, is established by legal means; Article 658 of the Civil Code refers to both and states that the one that has its origin in the will of the person is called testamentary and that which is born from the legitimate Law that distinction is not entirely clear since in other precepts the Civil Code uses the legitimate expression to refer to a part of the assets that the deceased cannot dispose of, because his destiny is legally determined, and which, in the opinion of some authors, gives rise to a third type of succession, the forced one, with which we would be talking about three types or classes of mortis causa sequences. However, in reality there are no more than the two forms that article 658 indicates since the legitimate one is not in itself a form of succession but a limitation to the testator's power. Therefore, the doctrine, with greater ownership, speaks of testamentary succession and intestate succession depending on whether or not there is a declaration of last will, manifested in the testament that will be the one that sets the guidelines for the attribution of the assets and rights that are part of the inheritance, or that does not exist, and it is then the legal provisions that determine who are the calls to the inheritance, in which form they participate and what the conditions that must concur in them to happen.