Naomi Mehmet & Partners law firm is renowned for its expertise in litigation proceedings and dispute resolution in the North Cyprus courts. Our Litigation Department has an excellent success rate in court proceedings and applications, and in achieving out of court settlements. Our lawyers, advocates and legal advisers deal with a broad range of litigation cases in all fields, from small consumer claims to breach of Contract claims, property claims and large commercial disputes and have experience acting on behalf of both those initiating such cases and those defending them in all of the district courts in the TRNC.
Our clients have included banks, insurance companies and TRNC and overseas companies. We have become highly regarded for our significant experience in vehicle recovery cases on behalf of large vehicle hire-purchase and finance companies.
Our highly qualified lawyers have also represented clients in actions against public bodies and judicial review proceedings. We are also currently processing a large number of applications by Greek Cypriots to the Immovable Property Commission (IPC) in relation to property claims, which is a new and exciting aspect of North Cyprus law.
Naomi Mehmet & Partners offers full assistance in all family law matters. Our advocates are experts in divorce cases ranging from the most simple to the most complex. We can also assist with pre-marital agreements, child custody and matrimonial property disputes, adoption of children, guardianship applications, applications for the sale of the property of a minor, name changes and applications for marriage between non-TRNC citizens.
Our highly skilled litigation lawyers and advocates are also able to provide advice and assistance on eviction proceedings in the TRNC and disputes between Landlords and Tenants. The litigation team can also provide advice and representation in criminal law matters ranging from minor traffic offences to serious crimes being tried in the Assizes Court, bail applications and the protection of the rights of accused persons.