Our law firm provides legal assistance in family law in issues regarding:

  • divorce – both at fault and no-fault,
  • separation,
  • parental care plans concerning children of parties going through a divorce or separation procedure or individually in case of partners/spouses living separately – using effective mediation techniques,
  • dissolution of marriage,
  • determination of marriage non-existence,
  • dissolution of co-ownership,
  • regime of separate property,
  • division of joint property,
  • determination of uneven shares in joint property,
  • settlement of costs and expenditure of personal property against joint property and vice versa,
  • management of joint property, inter alia by depriving one of the spouses of joint property management, permission for the court to undertake actions in the absence of the other spouse's consent,
  • support payments from former spouses and for children from parents and further persons obligated to make such payments – determination/decrease/increase,
  • termination/limitation/suspension/restoration of parental rights,
  • grant of exercise of parental rights to one of the parents/legal custodians,
  • contacts with minor (s),
  • management over the minor's property,
  • seeking court's consent to undertake actions relating to important matters of the minor if parents are in disagreement,
  • decisions of the court in case of threat to the minor's wellbeing, inter alia ban on contacts, appointment of a guardian,
  • return of the child from a unauthorised person,
  • establishment, denial of paternity, inability in establishing paternity/maternity,
  • name of the child/change of child's name,
  • adoption,
  • legal care and guardianship in matters of both minors and adults,
  • parental rights and contacts in trans-border cases,
  • domestic and international parental kidnapping,
  • implementation of procedure under the Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, Journal of Laws of 1995, No. 109, item 528 as amended.