Christian Presoly is a Liechtenstein lawyer specializing in litigation as well as corporate, foundation and trust law. He especially helps international clients solve their legal challenges in the Principality of Liechtenstein, whether with legal counselling or their representation in civil and penal proceedings at the courts or administrative authorities of Liechtenstein.
Christian obtained his law degrees, including his juris doctor, at the Austrian University of Innsbruck. He gained legal experience and expertise working at law firms in Paris, France and Barcelona, Spain. Since 2002, Christian has been practising in Liechtenstein, where he worked at three of the major Liechtenstein law firms, in one as partner, before founding his own law firm in Liechtenstein in 2015.
Leveraging his extensive mediation education and abilities, Christian places a high priority on finding an out of court solution for his clients. If a solution can be agreed upon by all parties and a judicial intervention is avoided, the client is often saved not only money but also time and unnecessary stress. Nevertheless, if an out of court solution is not feasible, Christian has longstanding experience in national and international legal cases in which he successfully represented his clients in relation to courts and administrative authorities.
In addition, many years of collaboration and consultation with several Liechtenstein trust and financial service providers enable Christian to offer his clients comprehensive and profound consulting when facing legal challenges to that regard.
Being a member of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA), Christian is one of the co-chairs of AIJA’s Human Rights Committee. He has been on the executive committee of AIJA as well as national representative for Liechtenstein.
Christian is the author of several legal articles and publications and has long experience in speaking and lecturing at seminars and congresses around the world.
Christian is a native German speaker and reads and speaks fluently in English, French, and Spanish.