My work as a lawyer focuses on legal conflicts that often affect a person’s entire existence. This is especially the case when it comes to family law, inheritance law, and criminal law. My decision to pursue both law and psychology is led by the conviction that legal problems with an existential dimension are linked to psychological conflicts that a sensible solution must also address. More than anything, the guiding principle of my work is to help you to get justice. I am committed to providing you competent legal counselling and personalised support in my law office. But when it comes to highly personal conflicts, I will assist you beyond achieving a purely legal conflict resolution. Apart from receiving the legal expertise of my law firm, you will gain insights into your situation through psychological therapy and counselling.
Language is not a barrier. I am bilingual in German and in English, and my law office is English-speaking.
Over the years, I have assisted hundreds of international and expat clients from the following countries,
With my judicial perspective and additional qualification as mediator and family therapist, I always look at the manifold aspects of a conflict in order to identify the path that best serves your needs. I am committed to develop an individual strategy that is personalised to your circumstances. Often, negotiating the terms of an agreement is a successful means of realising your interests in consent with the other party. However, there are also situations where filing a lawsuit is the most appropriate means of protecting your rights. My years of experience and interdisciplinary background allow me to advise you on whether a conciliatory negotiation or a lawsuit would be the most suitable means of realising your interests. To find the best solution for you means I will first identify your main interests and your priorities, so that I can adjust all proceedings according to them.
Listening is the first step I take in establishing a relationship with my clients. Competent and goal-oriented counselling is the next. These are the most important elements to the development and the subsequent implementation of an individualised problem-solving approach. I enjoy helping people to solve legal problems that are also challenging on a psychological, human level and to develop a goal-oriented strategy together. I am motivated to turn problems that seem insurmountable to take a positive turn.
I am accredited specialist family lawyer and I am licensed to appear at courts of first instance as well as at courts of appeal in Germany.
I have a degree in law and a degree in psychology from the Ludwigs Maxmilians University in Munich, where I later obtained my PhD in law.
My decision to pursue both law and psychology was led by the conviction that legal problems with an existential dimension are linked
to psychological conflicts that a sensible solution must also address.
I am married and am the mother of a son.
Publications (in German) ↓
Mütter, die töten
Psychoanalytische Erkenntnis und forensische Wahrheit
von Annegret Wiese
Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1996
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Ein juristischer und psychologischer Ratgeber
von Otfried Dahme und Annegret Wiese
Humboldt Verlag, 1994
Humboldt Verlag, 2008
So hab ich doch was in mir, das Gefahr bringt
Perspektiven suizidalen Erlebens
Mit Beiträgen von: Margarete Berger, Mathias Hirsch, Jürgen Kind, Otto F. Kernberg, Erika Kittler, Wolfgang Milch, Martin Teising, Annegret Wiese
Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Januar 1999
Georg Fiedler / Reinhard Lindner (Hg.)