- Dr. Bernhard Idelmann
- Carmen Chocomeli
- Carlos Vázquez
Dr. Bernhard Idelmann
Attorney-at-law Dr. Bernhard Idelmann grew up in the Münsterland region of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Dr. Idelmann studied law and Spanish simultaneously in Freiburg, Heidelberg, Berlin and Madrid. With a comparative dissertation on German-Spanish and European stock corporation and GmbH law, he received his doctorate (Dr. iur.) from the Free University of Berlin.
He is a member of the German-Spanish and German-Swiss Lawyers Association.
Mr. Idelmann was admitted to the bar in 1994. He is a member of the International Business Law Working Group of the German Bar Association (LinkedIn group).
For more than a decade, Dr. Idelmann held management positions in German commercial banks. He has worked in Spain, Germany and European-wide as an Executive Director and financing specialist. During this time, he acquired profound knowledge of acquisition and project financing, commercial real estate financing and in workout/ insolvency and restructuring cases.
Dr. Idelmann worked for several years in a Berlin notary’s office and a law and tax consultancy firm in Madrid. In addition, he worked as a legal consultant for the Berlin Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the German Chamber of Foreign Trade in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dr. Idelmann is fluent in Spanish and English.
He is married to a Spanish citizen. The family lives in Spain and Germany.
Carmen Chocomeli was born in Madrid. She studied law at the University of San Pablo CEU in Madrid.
She is admitted to the Madrid Bar Association as a lawyer (Abogada).
Ms. Chocomeli initially worked as a legal consultant in a real estate company in Madrid and Marbella. There she was mainly involved in project development for shopping centres, residential complexes and hotels. At the same time, she participated in training courses in inheritance, real estate, land register and registry law.
She then worked for a law and tax consultancy firm in Madrid specialising in commercial law. Her practice focused on advising medium-sized companies and freelancers in the field of corporate, real estate and contract law.
Ms. Chocomeli also worked for eleven years as a legal assistant (Oficial) in Spanish notaries‘ offices. She has worked in this capacity in Andalusia, Tenerife, Catalonia, Valencia and Madrid.
Carmen Chocomeli is a proven expert in real estate, inheritance and land register law as well as in company acquisitions and transformations (M&A). Due to her activities in various regions of Spain, she is familiar with the formal rights there, in particular in the field of inheritance and inheritance tax law.
Ms. Chocomeli regularly gives lectures on inheritance and real estate law.
Carlos Vázquez was born on the Balearic Islands in Palma de Mallorca. He studied at the University of the Balearic Islands and spent several years as a scholarship holder in Salzburg, Austria and Münster in Westphalia. At the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster he obtained the title Magister Legum (LL.M.). He also completed postgraduate studies at the University of Oberta de Cataluña.
Mr. Vázquez has been admitted to the bar (Abogado) in the Balearic Islands since 2007. He is also a member of the Düsseldorf Bar Association.
Mr. Vázquez worked for several years in medium-sized law firms in Germany and Palma de Mallorca. He has extensive experience in German and Spanish real estate, inheritance and corporate law, international contract law and information technology law. In addition, Carlos Vázquez regularly acts as a lawyer in Spanish courts on the Balearic Islands and the Spanish mainland.
He is a member of the Commission on the Law of Fees of the Balearic Bar Association, the German-Spanish Lawyers‘ Association and the Austrian-Spanish Lawyers‘ Association.
Carlos Vázquez is married to a German lawyer. He speaks German, English, Spanish and Catalan.