• 10 Mayıs 2020

    Fethiye Divorce Lawyer

    Fethiye lawyer. Divorce lawyer is a sub-branch of civil law, family law disputes, divorce, alimony, custody, property sharing, etc. It is the name given to lawyers who take such cases. The process of divorce is a difficult and tiring process for married couples. Getting professional legal assistance in the divorce process makes it easier to tackle this difficult process. Fethiye Law firm can help you in such cases, please do not hesitate to give us a call. For more information about our services visit here.

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  • 16 Nisan 2020

    What is a lawyer?

    What is a lawyer? A lawyer is a professional title given to a person who defends the rights of real or legal persons before the judiciary and who has a guiding nature in law and legal affairs. The word lawyer is of Latin origin, meaning the person called to the court as a witness, the defender. The profession of attorney is performed by people who have studied Law, completed an internship as a lawyer and who carry out the conditions required by law. What Job Definitions Does The Profession Of Attorney Cover? What is a lawyer? The profession of attorney, defined in law 1136 as ‘civil service and self-employment’, basically represents individuals who ensure that legal matters and disputes are resolved in accordance with the law. Professional obligations may be classified under the following headings: Conduct and finalize proceedings related to the proceedings, To express a legal opinion on relevant legal matters if requested, To take legal measures to protect the interests of the institution, to prevent disputes, to ensure that agreements and contracts are made in accordance with these principles. To examine the draft of the contract and specification, the work related to the disputes between the institution and third parties and to inform the legal opinion, Legal processes (decision revision, appeal, appeal, etc.) to carry out related work and operations What Are The Conditions For Admission To The Law Practice? People who want to be a lawyer in Turkey must be citizens of the Republic of Turkey. These people are expected to graduate from law school. At the same time, it is necessary to have completed the internship as a lawyer and to have obtained the certificate of completion of the internship. How to do an internship? The first six months of a legal internship covering a period of one year are held in the courts and the remaining six months are held alongside a lawyer. The last six-month internship period is carried out alongside a lawyer who is registered with the bar board and has at least five years of seniority in the profession. We are a good law firm in Fethiye. Fethiye lawyer & Solicitor. For more information about what we do.

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  • 30 Mart 2020

    Turkish Citizenship by Investment in Turkey

    TURKISH CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT IN TURKEY. Turkey announced its citizenship by investment program in 2016. It grants residency, citizenship and a second passport to applicants investing either in real estate or a bank deposit. The bank deposit route is particularly attractive for investors. This requires $500,000 to be deposited into a bank account in Turkey which then needs to be maintained for a minimum of just 3 years. Importantly this investment can be in US Dollars. That eliminates the volatile currency risk of investing in Turkish real estate. Retaining liquid funds in this way leading to second citizenship ranks Turkey as one of the lowest cost citizenship by investment programs on the market. Turkish Citizenship by Investment in Turkey and More A Turkish passport allows visa-free travel (or visa on arrival) to 114 countries worldwide. Turkey also holds out the possibility of eventual visa-free access to the EU. Currently, talks are ongoing although Turkey has some way to go in order to meet EU conditions. For our other services please visit our main page.

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  • 30 Mart 2020

    Turkish Drug law and offenses

    Turkish Drug law Turkish Drug law. The Turkish Penal Code specifies prison sentences of 1-2 years for those who buy, receive, cultivate or possess drugs for personal use. There is also the option of treatment and/or probation of up to 3 years. If drug users refuse treatment or do not comply with their probation requirements, the courts can impose a prison sentence. No punishment will apply if a dependent user requests treatment before investigation; in such cases, healthcare professionals are not obliged to report the offense. The production and import or export of drugs are punishable by a prison sentence of not less than 10 years, and sale or supply by a sentence of 5-15 years. Punishments are linked to drug type, with a specific requirement to increase these sentences by 50 % if the drugs involved are cocaine, heroin, morphine or morphine base, or synthetic cannabinoids; a similar increase is imposed in cases in which a group of people is involved or in which those convicted hold a position that is regulated by law, such as doctors, pharmacists or other health professionals. If organized crime is involved, the penalty is doubled. Since 2015, seven generic groups of substances have been included in the main drug control law, which covers the trafficking of new psychoactive substances in Turkey. Drug law offences Drug law offence (DLO) data are the foundation for monitoring drug-related crime and are also a measure of law enforcement activity and drug market dynamics; they may be used to inform policies on the implementation of drug laws and to improve strategies. The data on DLOs in Turkey indicate a significant increase in the number of DLOs reported in 2017 compared with the previous year (45 %). The majority of offences reported were related to drug use or possession. For more information about our services please visit our main page.

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