When things between two spouses hadn’t been going well and one day they found themselves in a situation of divorce, the emotional state can make it more difficult to take the right steps to protect yourself. The feel of insecurity about what the future holds can cause huge tension and anxiety. However, the more informed you are about your rights and options, the more actively you can participate in decisions about your own future. Our Bulgarian divorce & family lawyers will support you legally in dividing the assets between the family members and solving your problems.
You can trust our legal assistance of the countless issues facing families and relatives, from marriage and divorce to adoption, domestic violence and inheritance disputes. We provide you with helpful information about all matters arising out of divorce, such as child custody and visitation, alimony and spousal support, and the division of marital debts and assets.
We offer you legal help in the following areas of family and inheritance law:
We concider that when couples get married the last thing on their mind is divorce, yet statistics show that a significant percentage of the marriages end up in this way. Regarding the law, in the absence of a prenup all the property is divided equally between the spouses.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal step taken before marriage. It will provide assurance to you both and will help you save money and time, as well as to avoid negative emotions in the divorce process.
To draft a prenuptial agreement, you can use blank forms to sign a prenup, however we would recommend you to leave that to a our Bulgarian divorce & family lawyer who will prepare a pre-marital agreement tailored to your specific case.
How a prenuptial agreement works for you:
We understand that family problems can be complex and traumatic. With our professional advice and sensitive approach we will guide you through all your options and will help you to achieve the best possible outcome. We aim to accomplish this in the most practical, efficient and cost-effective way.The split could be a mutual decision with respect and nice manners. But often it is hard for one person in particular and the actions that need to be taken can be time-taking and quite upsetting. Not only the couple has to go through the difficulties of assets separation and the pain from the break up, but also the children. Much harder is especially if one person is unwilling to cooperate.
There are numerous decisions during a split-up, such as who will get alimony, child custody and visitations. You only have to choose a skilled divorce & family lawyer from our site to handle your case properly.
We take into concern the interests of all, especially any children.
Briefly, we can do for you the following:
There can be many reasons for you to undertake an adoption. You may want to legally adopt the children of a new spouse or biologically you may be unable to build your own family. You may need to provide a home to the children of a sibling or other family member who has lost parental rights.
All those processes include requests for establishing paternity, contesting and acknowledging paternity, custody challenges, guardianship, claims for awarding, modifying alimony, court orders for taking a child abroad by one of the parents, etc.
In our team we have Bulgarian family & divorce lawyers who will provide you with effective assistance throughout the adoption process.
Beyond acknowledging paternity, unmarried fathers must meet a larger requirement demonstrated commitment to parenting in order to gain constitutionally protected paternal rights.
When it comes to children, we can advise on your rights of contact and of custody. If the case is a mixed marriage, we will inform you about the nationality rights of your children. We also can represent you in any issues connected to paternity, child maintenance payments, or can represent the child as a ward of court.
Inheritance law governs the rights of a decedent's survivors to inherit property. A surviving spouse may be able to claim an inheritance despite what you may have written into your will. Children, and sometimes grandchildren, also have a right to claim an inheritance when a parent or grandparent dies.
What is a will?
A will is a legal document that sets out a person's wishes for his/her property, assets and children when that person dies. An experienced wills and trusts lawyer can advise people who are writing up their will of all legal requirements involved in estate planning, such as probate laws.
A will contest arises when one or more parties contests the validity of a will. Specifically, that party argues that the will does not represent or reflect the actual intent of the person the will represents (the testator). For example, the contesting party could argue that the testator was subject to undue influence when writing the will or lacked the capacity to write the will.
What is a trust?
A trust is a right in property that is held in a fiduciary relationship by one party for the benefit of another. The trustee holds the title to the property on behalf of the beneficiary, who will receive the benefits of the trust. A trust fund is a separate legal entity that protects property and assets from probate and taxes. Amongst some trustees can arise a conflict of interests. Cases like this often involve allegations of breach of fiduciary duty or failure to protect the assets of the trust.
Whether you are looking for help in the event that you will be rewarded with an inheritance or you are soon to receive one, it is very important to act quickly. What you need to accomplish to secure your property is very important and prevents possible fines, tax payments and other costly fees.
The most common possible questions could be as following:
Whatever solution you need, simply contact us for a legal advice and assistance on +359 2 858 -10-25 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org