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Family and Inheritance

Family and Inheritance

Family Disputes

In those cases, when all options to resolve family disputes through mutual agreement between spouses have been exhausted, qualified legal assistance is the best way to resolve the conflict. Proper use of legal norms by our specialists will help to find the solution that is the most suitable for the client.

Property relations between spouses and their relations regarding their children can also be legally worked out using the knowledge and experience of our specialists. Solutions that are developed using legal constructions make it possible to settle family disputes in such a way that it would stop the reoccurrence of similar problems.

Our specialists provide assistance in dealing with issues related to:

  • Designing marriage agreements;
  • Divorce proceedings;
  • Division of jointly acquired property;
  • Determining the child’s place of residence;
  • Determining the procedure of interraction between the child and a non-custodial parent;
  • Deprivation (restriction) of parental rights;
  • Adoption;
  • Collection of child maintanace payments;
  • Contestation (establishment) of paternity.


The Process of possessing your inheritance is a formalised procedure that requires compliance with many legal regulations. Likewise, in order to avoid disputes between the future heirs, it is important to assign inheritable property accurately and in a legally correct way. However, if the right to inheritance has become the subject of dispute anyway, the qualified legal assistance is the key to a successful protection of heir’s interests.

A wide range of inheritance issues fall within the competence of Korpus Prava Private Wealth specialists. Professionalism of our specialists ensures quick and efficient solution to many problems that arise during the determination of the legal status of inherited property and heirs themselves.

Korpus Prava Private Wealth provides the following services:

  • Consulting on key issues of inheritance law;
  • Representing the heir at a notary’s public office;
  • Preparing an agreement for inheritance distribution;
  • Making a claim to extend the deadline for possessing your inheritance;
  • Protecting the rights of heirs in court.