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Cyprus Family Law is mainly modelled on the Greek family law with influences from the Common Law.

Our firm is highly experienced in all matters relating to Family Law and offers full services in relation to all of their aspects.  Going through a divorce or facing matrimonial disputes can be a very difficult time and an experienced lawyer can provide the legal support and advice required.  It is also understood that Family Law issues can be very stressful for our clients and that is why we aim to give support, guidance and get the most positive result for them with the least of inconvenience and stress.

By understanding that Family law is one of the most sensitive areas of law, Nasos A. Kyriakides & Partners LLC encourages communication between the two parties and believes that confrontation and Court action should be avoided when possible. Our highest priority is the needs of the whole family, especially when children are involved.

Our Lawyers have the ability of negotiating and settling cases before court proceedings by assisting clients in reaching mediated settlements, to avoid the expenses, stress and uncertainty of litigation.

We promote effective communication and build consensus between parties by using various techniques to open, or improve dialogue between disputants, and eventually assist the parties to negotiate and reach a settlement.

In addition to the above, Cyprus is one of the signatories to many major international treaties concerning family law matters including the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction and the Family Courts of Cyprus have jurisdiction over proceedings initiated by the above treaties.

Nasos A. Kyriakides & Partners LLC has dealt extensively with this area of civil law, covering a wide range of its multiple aspects such as in the following areas:

  • Advice and managing the Court process relating to divorce
  • Handling the Court process relating to spouse and/or child support
  • Parental responsibility
  • Managing custody and children visitation matters
  • Property and other financial disputes arising from a divorce
  • Obtaining and enforcing protective measures for domestic violence
  • Adoption process
  • Guardianship matters
  • Paternity recognition
  • Child abduction cases and stop-list applications
  • Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments related to Family Court Orders