Divorce lawyer Antibes

Maître Cécile Zakine,
Lawyer, Doctor of Law
Lecturer at the University of Law in Nice

Family law covers different areas. From separation, the best known area, where the lawyer intervenes, family law also covers succession and inheritance issues. Using the services of a family law attorney helps to guarantee one's rights in what can sometimes be a difficult time.

Divorce lawyer

Cécile Zakine's practice focuses on family law and more specifically divorces amicable. Lawyer in Antibes practising divorce, Me Zakine will be able to help you.

Divorce by mutual consent or amicable divorce is a separation in which the spouses agree on the breakdown of the marriage and its consequences (custody of children, compensatory allowance, etc.) An agreement drawn up between the spouses is drafted by their respective lawyers and registered with a notary.

When the child of the spouses asks to be heard by the judge, the agreement is approvedApproval of an act or agreement by the judge by the judge.

Support is an important aspect of family matters. The district court is responsible for determining maintenance.

A divorce agreement can be concluded between the claimant and respondent spouses to settle maintenance and other divorce-related issues. Divorce proceedings without a judge can be initiated if the spouses reach an agreement on all outstanding issues.

This procedure is quicker and less expensive than the normal divorce procedure.

Me Zakine can refer you to a colleague for more specific family law cases.

Indeed, the family law brings together so many areas of necessary skills (this ranges from the management of compensatory benefits to the request to set up a auction for a jointly owned property, including recognition of paternity) that it is necessary to be specifically in the law of the family and practice it on a daily basis to truly be at the service of its client.

The law firm in Antibes of Maître Zakine can help you find the right contact. Do not hesitate to ask us about family law, adoption or divorce.

The history of Antibes Juan-les-Pins goes back several thousand years. The site was colonised by the Ligurians in the 5th century BC. The town occupies a remarkable situation: on the one hand, a defensive site with a natural shelter; on the other hand, the point of convergence of the navigation routes along the Italian and Corsican coasts.

With the arrival of Christianity in the 3rd century AD, the city became a bishopric or diocese of the Catholic Church. But the city, now called Antiboul, soon fell on hard times, as Visigoths, Saracens and hordes of Barbarians terrorised the region for centuries. The insecurity in the city prompted the pope to transfer the bishopric to Grasse in 1244 and, in 1385, the Grimaldi family was appointed royal captain of Antibes by Queen Marie


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