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Christina Efstathiou
Advocate – Legal Consultant

Christina Efstathiou joined the firm as a trainee advocate practicing mainly corporate law and dealing with various matters including, the registration of Cypriot and foreign companies, opening of corporate bank accounts, due diligence and compliance policies.

She then moved into litigation and has since dealt with a range of issues, from contractual and corporate disputes involving foreign parties to family, property, administrative and inheritance matters. Christina regularly appears before the District Courts, Family Courts, Administrative Court, Probate and Rent Control law and advises on the drafting and review of agreements and civil procedure matters, involving service out of jurisdiction and legalisation of documents for parties residing in CIS, America and Middle East.

Christina holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Portsmouth.

Christina qualified as an Advocate in 2018.

• Acting for Jordanian citizen in an amicable civil marriage dissolution with a Lebanese citizen involving the legalisation and registration of the decree before the competent embassies and public bodies;

• Acting for a UK citizen in civil marriage dissolution with a Lebanese citizen before the District Family Court;

• Acting on behalf of an individual before the Administrative Court whose application for a housing allowance was rejected by the public authorities;

• Acting on behalf of a Sri Lankan widow of a Cypriot citizen whose application for naturalisation was rejected by the public authorities;

• Acting on behalf of an individual and challenging the decision of the competent authorities before the Administrative law to proceed with the compulsory acquisition of his land;

• Advising and drafting employment agreements for a Cypriot trading company in relation to its high-ranking officers;

• Advising on the drafting of Will in relation to immovable and movable property and arranging for the sealing of the will before the Registrar;

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