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Family & Inheritance Law

Regardless of whether you are partners or a married couple, the involvement of a Lawyer can be critical to resolving issues in your family life. The most common family conflicts encountered in court practice are divorce, child custody and child support. However, the services of a family law attorney may also be needed to resolve issues with relatives. Most of the time these are inheritance disputes.

The scope of our legal services in the field of family and inheritance law includes the following:

  • Entering into a cohabitation agreement,

  • collection of necessary documents for marriage,

  • dissolution of marriage/cohabitation agreement,

  • recognition in Greece of marriages contracted abroad,

  • division of property,

  • adoption,

  • recognition/challenge of paternity,

  • deprivation of parental rights,

  • recovery of alimony,

  • analysis of future inheritance situations,

  • settlement of the consequences of divorce,

  • legal assistance in the preparation and conclusion of various agreements between ex-spouses: on the division of property, the procedure for exercising parental rights, payment of alimony,

  • legal representation in cases related to the dissolution of marriage, division of property of spouses, determining the place of residence of children and the order of contact with children, 

  • legal advice on inheritance matters,

  • collection of documents required for registration of inheritance, 

  • involvement in the preparation of legal documents, legal advice on the inheritance of the estate, 

  • providing advice on wills, donation contracts, distribution of inherited property, renunciation of inheritance,

  • issuing certificates (e.g. of non-infringement of inheritance rights, publication or non-publication of wills, etc.),

  • issuance of a certificate of inheritance,

  • judicial distribution of the estate,

  • determining the liability of the heirs for the debts of the deceased (collection of the deceased's debts),

  • disqualification of an heir,

  • contestation of wills and recognition of the ownership of the estate.

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