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ADVOKATENE LUND & SNEVE AS

Contact: Henrik Lund (Managing Partner)

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ADVOKATENE LUND & SNEVE AS

Description of the Law Firm:

Languages: Norwegian, Spanish, French, German

Advokatene Lund & Sneve was founded in 2010, by lawyers Henrik Lund and Per Sneve. Both partners have a long work experience in different fields, making the firm competent in most areas of law. Also features Karen Rivera, lawyer from El Salvador.

Henrik Lund began his career in the Ministry of Environment in Oslo in 1977, where he worked as Head of Department and Deputy Director. In 1988, he moved to Mandal in Southern Norway and began as Head of the Environment Unit of the City of Mandal.

He had practice as judge in the Court of Mandal. He got his license as lawyer in 1993 and started his practice in the same city until 2001.

In Spain, he established his professional practice in Marbella (Malaga) in the period 2001-2005. He has certified experience with the Norwegian-Spanish law.

Upon returning to Norway, he resumed his practice in Lyngdal, until 2010 when he founded a new firm in Mandal.

Per Sneve got his license to practice law and established his practice in Mandal in 1998. He had worked previously in the National Register of Brønnøysund in 1994 and Oslo’s Revenue Office in 1995.

Karen Rivera is an attorney at law of the Republic of El Salvador since 2006. In 2007, she moved to Norway. She has worked as an assistant for the firm since its beginnings. In 2013, she got the title of Legal Assistant of the Bar of Norway, or Paralegal. The Salvadorian and Spanish legal systems are similar, so she has extensive knowledge of both.

She is also a Norwegian-Spanish interpreter with specialization in the Public Sector, a title that she will get at Oslo and Akershus College in 2016. She also has Economy studies from NIMA (Norwegian Organization of Acquisitions and Logistics) at the basic level, which she began in 2015.

Practice Areas:

- Real State

- Inheritance law

- Administrative law

- Business law and bankruptcy

- Social Security Law

-Civil law