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Originally from the French eastern coast, I travelled some years, to New Zealand, China, before returning to Europe. After a few years in Germany and in Belgium, I finally end up Luxembourg, which is such a pleasant country to live in.

After very rich experience acquired in several American companies, I decide to go back to university: it will be law! Ten years of studies followed, still working part-time in parallel, and looking after two young children who grew up with this project.

The reward after ten years of studies: registered at the Luxembourg Bar since 2018, I gained experience in various law firms before starting my own practice.

My approach? listening to customers and serving their best interests.

A fee agreement is concluded for each case, defining the scope of intervention and fixing the fees in agreement with the client, depending on the nature and difficulty of the case.

Please do not hesitate to contact me!


Practice areas

Family law

Divorce due to irretrievable breakdown of the marital relationship, or by mutual consent. Alimony for personal support payment or child support. Child's custody, access rights. Liquidation of the marital life community. Adoption. International child abduction...... Do not hesitate to contact me to answer your questions!

Civil and commercial liability

Non-payment of invoices or non-performance or improper performance of a contract, wrongful termination of a contract, damage suffered as a result of these faults or negligence, I offer you assistance in resolving these disputes.

Recovery of unpaid debts

I support you in all recovery procedures, whether it is unpaid bills or rent, or the recovery of alimony arrears.

Labor law

Whether you are an employer or an employee, it is important to know your rights and obligations arising from the employment relationship, e.g. the notice period in the event of dismissal with notice, or the notice period during the probationary period, your rights in the event of pregnancy at work.

Foreign judgements

In certains situations, a decision issued by a foreign court must be recognised in Luxembourg in order to be enforced, and that is called the "exequatur". This is the case for example for a divorce judgment rendered by a US Court, or an Algerian Kafala deed. I will help you have this decision recognised in Luxembourg.

Administrative dispute

How can I challenge a refusal of an establishment permit, of a building permit, or an administrative fine? Let's find together a solution.

What is your situation? How can I help you?
Let's talk about it.

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