HAUSWALDT | PARTNER combines a service mentality with expertise and specialisation. Clients benefit from our long-standing experience in negotiation, personal and business consultation and in the courtroom.
Our law firm was founded in 1983 in the centre of Hamburg. Since 2001, we have been advising clients in our office at Rathausstrasse 13, directly across from St. Petri, a major church in Hamburg.
Our clients are private individuals, freelancers, companies and their shareholders and managers from all over the country.
HAUSWALDT | PARTNER offers clients:
personal and expert guidance
economically sound solutions
to your problems
individual drafting of contracts
and contract review
dedicated representation in courts throughout Germany
If necessary, clients benefit from the interdisciplinary network we have built over decades.
We work together towards the
best solution – in your interest.
What defines us.
In your interest.
RIGHT IN THE CENTRE
Rathausstrasse starts directly at the Rathausmarkt (on the Mönckebergstrasse side) and leads to Bergstrasse, across from the St. Petri Church gate. The entrance to our law firm (in the “Nordsternhaus” building) is located near Bergstrasse.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Take the bus to the “Rathausmarkt” stop or “Rathausmarkt (Petrikirche)” stop. From these stops, it is only a few meters on foot. If you take the U3 train, get off at the “Rathaus” train station. You can easily get to Rathausstrasse via the exits on both sides of the station (“Rathausmarkt” or “Bergstrasse” exits). If you take the U1, U2, S1 or S3 trains get off at the “Jungfernstieg” train station and exit towards “Rathausmarkt/Bergstrasse.”
For a charge, you can park your car on public streets or in the parking garages “Europapassage”, “Karstadt Mönckebergstrasse” and “Große Reichenstrasse”. Please note the public parking guidance system. Parking spots for disabled persons are located in the Rathausstrasse in front of buildings 5 and 7.
Our law firm is located in the heart of Hamburg and in the direct vicinity of Hamburg City Hall and Mönckebergstrasse.
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