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Accident & Injury Law

30 Mart 2020

Accident & Injury Law. Accidents happen. We hear it all the time, and usually, chalk it up to bad luck or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Accident & Injury Law. But sometimes an accident and a resulting injury are somebody’s fault. And if someone else is at fault for your injuries, shouldn’t they have to pay if you have doctors’ bills, missed income, or even worse? There’s a large and often complicated area of law that covers accidents, the injuries they cause and determining who, if anyone, is at fault. As https://lawyerfethiye.com/ we can help you in this case. We are expert and we will not let you down. What Is Personal Injury Law? Personal injury claims stem from a situation where a victim suffers harm due to an accident or injury where someone else is responsible for their harm. Injuries can be defined in many different ways but most often an injury is defined as the violation of a person’s legally protected interest. This can include harm done to your mental or physical well-being, your personal property, or in some cases, your reputation. When another party violates these interests, they can be held legally responsible for any harm done. Whether you choose to seek compensation for these damages by pursuing a formal lawsuit or through an informal settlement agreement, it is important to put your trust in an experienced personal injury attorney to ensure you get the maximum settlement that you are entitled to. Fethiye Lawyer & Fethiye Solicitor Accident & Injury Law service. Just because accidents and injuries happen every day doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be taken seriously, especially when they result in injury. For those who have been injured in an accident, dealing with feelings of guilt, fear, stress, and uncertainty about the future are very common. Luckily, with the help of an experienced accident attorney like Fethiye Law office and our dedicated legal team, victims can exercise their legal rights under personal injury law and get the compensation they deserve.

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Family Law

30 Mart 2020

Family Law.Marriages & Divorce and General Information As Fethiye Lawyer & Fethiye Solicitor, We can help you when you divorce or get married. We can consult you. Family Law. Foreign marriages are recognized in Turkey. Under the International Private and Procedural Family Law, the legal capacity to marry must be governed by the respective national laws of the parties at the time of the marriage. The formal requirements and conditions of the jurisdiction where the parties married must be applicable. The marriage will not be considered to be invalid in Turkish law if it occurred abroad and is not registered with the Turkish authorities. All families in Turkey are registered at the population register. After each change in the structure of a family it is required to be mentioned that to the Turkish authorities. After getting married in Turkey, you have to notify the population register. In the case of divorce, you will need a Turkish court decision to notify it at the population register. Family Law and Divorce in Other Countries If the spouse’s divorce in other countries and they obtain a court decision there, the divorce won’t be recognized in Turkey. You have to start a recognition procedure of foreign divorce cases. In the case of that, the divorce procedures have been started in Turkey. You have to give a power of proxy to a Turkish attorney. You might choose an open trial which is public or it will take place with the doors closed. The Turkish judge may offer a period of three years for the reconciliation of the spouses. After this period, if the spouses continue to ask for the divorce, the judge will give a court decision. Family Law and Children custody The family regulations in Turkey include the rules regarding children, especially when their parents decide to divorce. The rules related to custody could be found in the Civil Code Law No. 4721 stipulates that the mother and the father have custody rights until he/she is 18 years old. If they divorce, the custody is given to one of them. The parents are the legal representatives of a child until he/she is 18 years old; after this age, he will represent himself and his/her parents aren’t allowed anymore to act on his/her behalf. During the years when the child is minor, his/her parents are required to take care of him/her, educate and ensure the means of living. The children must respect their parents and their will and they are not allowed to leave their house without parents’ consent. When it comes to a divorce When it comes to a divorce and the judge must decide what parent takes the custody of the child, there are a few factors that will influence the decision. The major factor is the possibility of a parent to offer the child a better life, better education, and living. The judges usually offer custody to the mothers because they are considered more appropriate to take care of young children. The father can take custody if the mother is not able to ensure proper education and living for the child. Disputes […]

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Inheritance Law & Wills

30 Mart 2020

Fethiye Solicitor. Inheritance traditionally has referred to whatever one receives upon the death of a relative due to the laws of descent and distribution, which apply when there is no will. However, the modern usage of inheritance has come to mean anything a person receives from the estate of a decedent, whether by the laws of descent or as a beneficiary of a will or trust. Fethiye Solicitor – What is Will? Fethiye Solicitor.a will is a legal document that indicates how a person wants his or her estate (money and property) to be distributed after death. Wills must expressly state to whom the will belongs and be signed, dated and include the signatures of at least two witnesses. A will also may describe any wishes for funeral and burial arrangements and may designate guardians for minor children. Inheritance Law & Wills in TURKEY Do you have a foreign deceased in Turkey who had moveable or immovable property? According to Law, immovables are subject to Turkish Law. The ‘heirs’ of a deceased person are the spouse and the kids. If the deceased person left no descendants, the parents, as second-in-line heirs, will inherit the estate. The inheritance rights of descendants will devolve to their own descendants if any of the former is no longer alive when the inheritance takes place. The spouse gets 1/4 of the estate if he/she is an heir with the children. And he/she gets half of the estate if he/she is an heir with the parents of the deceased. For moveables like money, the deceased country’s law is applied in Turkey. How To Leave a Will in Turkey? Fethiye Solicitor & Fethiye lawyer can help you. You can also leave a will in Turkey. You can either leave a will at a Turkish notary or you can handwrite your will, sign and insert the date. Signing your will at the notary is safer than handwriting your will since the handwritten will may get lost or damaged easily. Also, wills that are prepared in the UK about properties in Turkey may be subject to probate in Turkey. Wills in Turkey work differently than other countries so it is better to consult wills and probate solicitors before you write your will according to your own special needs. To get the properties on your name from your deceased first of all, an inheritance certificate must be obtained from Turkish courts. Which documents do i Need? ln order to get an inheritance certificate, Turkish courts require some documents that must be obtained from the U.K. by Fethiye Lawyer & Fethiye Solicitor. DO NOT FORGET APOSTTILE IS A MUST IN EVERY DOCUMENT Birth and death certificate of the deceased Birth certificate of the heirs Marriage certificate of the deceased and the spouse Divorce certificate of the deceased and the spouse if they have divorced Documents to prove any name and last name changes of the heirs and the deceased (Marriage certificates could be sufficient proof for the last name changes.) Sworn affidavit at a public notary by one of the heirs stating the birth dates of the heirs and the deceased, death date of […]

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