Private law, family, succession and filiation are not part of the architecture of the economic or financial transactions in which our firm generally works, but they underlie and substantively concern our clients, who are private individuals in a complex world.
Globalisation has exponentially multiplied the phenomenon of adoptions and transnationals, marriages and successions.
Each person, each couple, each family is and has different circumstances. Our mission is to apply legal knowledge and experience to the task of being the best tailor. We advise people on the right model and fabric for each occasion; we take measurements and do fittings until we get a tailor-made suit that they feel comfortable in, perfectly adapted to their circumstances and legally possible.
Why choose us as your family law solicitors?
Our work philosophy translates into a personal approach, creating the necessary closeness to discuss complex issues, always taking into account the overall picture: the needs of the children and the good of the family. We approach each case giving priority to negotiation as the main tool for reaching agreements and maintaining ties.
Whether they are judicial or extrajudicial proceedings or negotiations, family law matters usually involve the most important aspects of any person’s life: children, affections, the family home, the family, relationships and assets.
Hence the importance of having professionals with solid theoretical and procedural knowledge in Family Law, but also with the special sensitivity required; lawyers who accompany people through the emotional journey in such personal and delicate matters.
As experts in Family Law we cannot and should not guarantee results, but we can define strategies foreseeing possible scenarios, providing the people for and with whom we work hand in hand with the necessary information so that their decision-making process is the best possible. As specialists, we understand the conflicts, consequences and needs that arise after a break-up. Even between people who are on good terms, the emotional factor is always present in family matters.