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right arrow Who we are
We are a full service,
general practice law firm.

We are a very well organized team providing variety of services in specific sectors of law. Our aim is to provide our clients the best law advice and representation.

Every member of our team has the academic qualifications and work experience to handle every case of our spectrum with the upmost professionalism and dedication.  

We have only one goal. To find to our clients the best possible solution.

who we are
right arrow Areas of Practice
We are a full service,
general practice law firm.
Our company’s has rich experience
in the property and real estate
sector having been involved in
multi-complicated transactions.
We provide advance services in regards
to Corporate issues. Also through
our affiliate companies Progloria Consultants
Ltd and Ability Corporate Services Ltd
we provide nominee services.
Our Law Office provides advice and
legal representation in regards
to every aspect of family law.
We only represent individuals and
and legal entities in disputes with
banking organizations. We help
people to establish their rights against
the banking organizations in Cyprus.
Need Legal Assistance?
Feel free to get in touch with us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
right arrow Latest News
We will keep you informed
for Cyprus law news.
17 Jan 2019    Government pleased with Paralimni Marina project progress
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades expressed on Tuesday evening the government's satisfaction over the progress achieved so far in the Paralimni marina project, in the sea-side resort of Protaras. He was addressing an event in Nicosia during which the project was presented. The marina is set to have 300 spots for docking, with all the necessary support services.
15 Jul 2018    Doubts over new moves on title deeds
HOPES of issuing up to 70,000 trapped property buyers with their title deeds were revived earlier this month after banks pledged not to raise objections to a disputed law, but the top land registry official told the Sunday Mail this week he was uncertain how this would work in practice.