Founded by Christine TURLIER, notary graduated from the University of Paris II Panthéon Assas, partner lawyer at FIDAL, Christine TURLIER & Partners is exclusively dedicated to property law, with two observations:
The lack of lawyers dedicated to this area of the law traditionally reserved for notaries,
The qualitative contribution of lawyers in this area.
The firm Christine TURLIER & Partners performs the services in full or with the support of experienced partner lawyers, when it comes to topics related to related specialties.
Christine TURLIER & Partners’ professional practice has also enabled her to create partnerships with the major players in wealth management (accountants, asset managers, private bankers, etc.) while preserving her total independence.
In addition, thanks to its permanent presence in Brussels, Christine TURLIER & Partners has an efficient network and an informative watch on European heritage law issues.
The practice of property law requires, ineluctably and primarily, the establishment of a relationship of mutual trust between the lawyer and his client. That is why Christine TURLIER & Partners has a human-sized structure.
Respect for the ethics of the lawyer, guarantor of his independence, is the guarantee of an informed, sure and impartial advice as to the recommended solutions.
We conceive our profession as an art nourished by rigor, experience, technique, humility and imagination.
This close bond woven with the customer allows us to provide advice advised and dedicated in the utmost discretion.
- A great reactivity
- Technical excellence
- A single referent interlocutor
- Permanent contact with the lawyer in charge of the file
- A precise and pragmatic answer
- Customer support over time through the “Patrimonial Family Office”
- A clear billing policy adapted to each problem
Christine Turlier, founder lawyer
Graduated from the Higher Center of Notarial Studies in Paris, the Higher Diploma of Notary (Paris II University – Panthéon Assas), the Master 2 in Professional Heritage Law (University Paris IX – Dauphine), Christine TURLIER began her professional career as assistant notary, then joined the firm FIDAL (Property Law Department – Technical Department) for ten years as a partner.
Christine TURLIER teaches at the Universities of Paris II – Pantheon Assas (Master 2 Heritage Management and University Diploma in Expertise of Art) and Paris IX – Dauphine (Master 2 Professional Heritage Law).
Christine TURLIER also trains private lawyers and bankers on issues of property law and is the author of various articles on transmission.