Terms of Use

This Site is created, owned and operated by Tavares Castilho, Rodrigues & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados, SP RL (Castilho International Law Firm), and its use is governed by these Terms of Use.

The user of the Site (“User”) acknowledges that by using this Site you are accepting these Terms of Use.

Site Access

Castilho International Law Firm has the exclusive right to suspend, in whole or in part, access to the Site, in particular in the management, maintenance, repair, alteration or modernization operations and to terminate, definitively or temporarily, partially or totally, at any time, the Site.

Intellectual Property Rights

The User acknowledges that the contents of this Site are protected by intellectual property rights and are bound to respect such rights.

The rights to texts, images, graphics, sound and animation and all other information and how they are represented graphically on the Site, including the trademarks, logos and symbols, as well as the layout and structure of the Site are the property of Castilho International Law Firm or have been duly licensed in favor of Castilho International Law Firm.

The User is not authorized to transmit, publish, modify, copy, sell, use or distribute in any way the texts, images or other information contained in this Site or part of the Site without the prior written authorization of Castilho International Law Firm. The use of trademarks and logos on this Site, as well as the availability of materials on the Site, do not grant and cannot be construed as granting, permission to Users to use, directly or indirectly, such trademarks, logos or materials.

Treatment of Personal Data

Castilho International Law Firm is committed to protecting the privacy of the Site User. Navigation through this site does not necessarily imply the provision of personal data.

Castilho International Law Firm, however, makes available online application forms through this website. The completion of these forms implies the provision of personal data, and they will be used in accordance with their respective forms. For more information consult the Privacy Policy, available on this Site.


The information provided on the Site is essentially intended to clarify and inform Users about the activity of Castilho International Law Firm. The information provided was subject to close scrutiny. However, such information is purely indicative and may contain errors or inaccuracies.


Castilho International Law Firm will not be responsible for errors that may occur due to system irregularities or failure (temporary or permanent) of the Site. Castilho International Law Firm shall not be liable for any damages resulting from improper use or inability to use the Site.


Castilho International Law Firm may make links to pages of other entities available. These sites do not belong to nor are operated or controlled by Castilho International Law Firm, so Castilho International Law Firm is not responsible, approves or in any way supports or subscribes to the content of these sites, or linked sites referred to therein. The use of these links is the sole responsibility of the Users.

The creation of links to the Site “Change the Civil Status” requires the prior written authorization of Castilho International Law Firm.

Validity of Terms of Use

If any part or provision of these Terms of Use is not enforceable or conflicts with applicable law, the validity of the remaining parts or provisions will not be affected.

Changing Terms of Use

Castilho International Law Firm reserves the right at any time to change, add, update or eliminate, in whole or in part, these Terms of Use.

You should periodically check the page of these Terms of Use to confirm that any updates or changes have been made.

Questions and Suggestions

If you have any questions about these Terms of Use, please send us your request for:

  • Telephone:  (+351) 234 482 214
  • E-mail: info@castilholegalcorp.com
  • Address: Av. Dr. Lourenço Peixinho 55, 3º- 4º andar 3800-165 Aveiro, Portugal

Applicable law

These Terms of Use of the Site are subject to Portuguese law.