My husband, driver of a Swiss company lorry with Swiss plates, has collided with a lorry in Italy bearing Italian plates and insured in Italy, the driver of which did not originate from any European Union member state. Which courts were competent to judge the difference? Based on what law? Which insurance company (-ies) was (were) required to settle the issue of compensation for material damage and, fortunately, minor injuries? The assistance offered to us by the Law Firm of Mr. Mantouvalos was really indescribable. Everything went well and my husband continues to work without problems.
The work accident I had three years ago meant for me inability to work, which caused me great anxiety and entailed difficulties for the maintenance of my family. Despite the reluctance of my employer to reimburse me, with the involvement of Mr. Mantouvalos’ Law Firm associates my claims for monetary compensation were met and the question of my early retirement was duly arranged in the best possible way. At least, my family will not suffer because of an unforeseen event.
The assistance offered by the Law Firm of Mr. Mantouvalos was decisive to have my divorce issued. Always aiming to safeguard above all the interests of my minor child, they took care of everything: award of her custody to me, child maintenance arrangements, communication with her father. Choosing the solution of a mutual consent divorce, and thanks to their skillful maneuvers, everything was over quickly and simply.
None of us could expect that the handwritten secret will of our uncle could cause us so many and such problems. However, the ambiguity in the wording of several points, combined with an attempt to influence the last will of the deceased performed by some malicious persons, has put us into much trouble. Fortunately, thanks to Mr. Mantouvalos’ knowledge and tireless efforts all obstacles were overcome with the minimum effort and cost on our part, and the case ended favorably and fairly for all.
When our father died a few months ago, grief on the one hand and the burden of obligations and responsibilities unexpectedly encountered did not allow me and my two sisters to particularly deal with the legacy of the paternal property. Although there were no disagreements between us that could complicate things, the volume of what had to be settled was big enough: only with the help and advice provided by the Firm of Mr. Mantouvalos could it be possible to handle all, which was what really happened. We thank him warmly.
With the guidance of experienced and specialized associates of Mr. Mantouvalou the purchase of our house in Voula was a real game: taken on the same day handled control of the property titles in the land registry and town planning, helped to pay the tax to the competent tax office, checked conditions and the content of the contract transfer, attended the signing of contributing decisively to the understanding and the removal of any doubt, made sure the transfer of the property in the Land Register and generally offering great services with their knowledge and their willingness. Thanks to them, all they made easily and simply.