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Schlun & Elseven Lawyers are your reliable partner in difficult situations

With our exceptional experience in the field of German and international family law, we advise clients not only from Germany but from all over the world.

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Full Support from Experts: German Family Law

Family law cases concern issues that are more personal in nature. Compared to legal professionals in other fields, a specialist family lawyer should be both sensitive and assertive. We will discuss the procedure of your case with you, explain your rights and obligations and support you where we can.

Its interpersonal nature very much characterises the diverse area of family law. Our general approach in all cases is first to find an amicable solution for the parties out of court. In particular, the welfare of the children involved is of paramount importance. For this reason, it is imperative that in divorce cases, marriages are dissolved as amicably, and at as low a cost, as possible. Settlements out of court in family law disputes are faster, more efficient, and cost-effective than court proceedings. If, however, an amicable solution is not possible, we will represent you in court, too, using all of our practical experience to assert your interests. In particular, our lawyers Maria Ivanova and Abschira Kontny will be happy to advise you. Since such legal disputes can also go beyond the German borders, Dr Tim Schlun will also advise you in international family law cases.

With Schlun & Elseven Rechtsanwälte, you have a knowledgeable and experienced partner at your side who can advise you on any matter. Whether you need legal assistance with your divorce, an acknowledgement of paternity, custody or other family law problems, we are happy to help you in the most difficult situations. Schlun & Elseven offers you a full service.

Marriage in Germany
Parental Rights in Germany
Child Custody and Support
Divorce Cases in Germany
Pension Rights
Other Family Law Issues