Christian Petri is partner of ADVODAN Birkerød and attorney at law. He provides advisory services to clients in both civil and commercial law matters. Christian completed his degree at the University of Copenhagen in 1992 and subsequently became an assistant attorney. Since 1998, he has practiced law in his own law firm, and in 2003 he was admitted to the Supreme Court.
Christian primarily works with commercial law, in-court reconstruction and out-of-court restructuring of small and medium-sized companies and mergers and acquisitions. On a professional level, he is also a member of several boards of trustees and corporate supervisory boards and therefore has great insight into and experience with the strategic decision-making processes of enterprises.
With his all-round background in commercial law topics, real estate purchase/sale/investment as well as private transfer of ownership and individually adapted wills, Christian is an experienced generalist in many areas.
Estate, inheritance and will expert
Christian’s background includes 10 years of experience as an inheritance and estate teacher at the University of Copenhagen.
Throughout his career, Christian has worked with estate administration and succession law, about which he has also written a number of books.
Christian provides assistance in matters where beneficiaries want an experienced and professionally competent lawyer who has great insight in estate and succession laws and rules.
When providing clients with solution-oriented advisory services, Christian ensures that all beneficiaries are heard, and he has great sympathy for the emotions of beneficiaries and close relatives. It is important to Christian that everything is explained simply and thoroughly to beneficiaries and close relatives.
Estates in bankruptcy
Christian has handled many bankruptcy proceedings and has completed in-court reconstructions and out-of-court restructurings to the benefit of owners and creditors.
Clients with enterprises in distress need a sparring partner when difficult decisions are to be made.