Marxer & Partner
Member firm for Liechtenstein

Firm Overview

Established in 1925, Marxer & Partner is the largest and oldest law firm in Liechtenstein with 16 partners and a total of 26 lawyers heading more than 70 staff members.

The firm is committed to fulfilling the highest demands of quality for both individual and corporate clients. Its primary focus for individuals is succession, estate and tax planning and asset protection, as well as litigation and arbitration. For corporate clients, the firm provides onshore and offshore financing, ownership and holding structures, reorganization, employee benefit plans and pension schemes, asset protection and international tax structuring. Marxer & Partner enjoys an extensive worldwide network, largely built upon personal contacts throughout the years. Through cooperation with leading tax experts, bankers and asset managers, as well as with accountants and auditors, the firm ensures the most efficient advice and services, very often involving various jurisdictions for national and international clients.

The senior partners of the firm control Centrum Bank AG (, the fourth largest bank in Liechtenstein, which specializes in private banking and asset management. In addition, Confida Trust and Auditing Corporation (, one of the leading accountancy, auditing and real estate management companies in the region, is part of the group.

We offer a general practice of national and international litigation and arbitration including:

• Administrative and Constitutional Law
• Arbitration Proceedings
• Banking Law
• Civil Law
• Commercial and Competition Law
• Contract Law
• Corporate Law
• Criminal Law
• Due Diligence Regulations
• European Law
• Insolvency Law
• Insurance Law
• Intellectual Property Law
• Labor Law
• Real Estate Property Law
• Security Regulation
• Tax Law
• Telecommunication Law
• Trust Law

In addition to the firm’s legal and business expertise, Marxer & Partner has provided and continues to provide leadership and counsel to the Liechtenstein government and legislation.