Our Services include

Legal service in Poland provided by an experienced team of Polish barristers and advocates. We provide complex legal assistance for individual clients within the territory of the Republic of Poland. Thanks to our experience we are able to undertake appropriate workings in different fields of law quickly and efficiently. Each one of the office’s lawyers is an expert in a given field of law, thanks to which the team creates a strong foundation to offer services at the highest level.

Our Team

Our team has been developing for a couple of years now and consist of legal advisors, advocates, lawyers and managerial staff members.

Case study

File No. Seat of the Court JurisdictionCase description
III RC 2593/04KatowiceGermany vs PolandDetermining client’ marital status, checking the file records of the divorce case and arrangements for child suport payments and visitation rights
XIII RC 2909/12WrocławAustria vs PolandDivorce, regulation of parental authority and child suport payment based on art. 58 of Family Code
III Nsm 413/12KluczborkGermany vs PolandReturn of a child under the provisions of the Hague Convention
on the civil aspects of international child abduction as of 25. October 1980
(Journal of Laws of September 25, 1995)
IX NS 431/13WarszawaPoland vs NorwayRecognition in Poland of a decision on separation based on art. 1145 § 1 Code of Civil Procedure in the version valid until 30.6.2009
III Nsm 755/14WrocławPoland vs NetherlandsEstablishing visitation rights pursuant to art. 113 of Family Code
VII C 175/15WarszawaNetherlands vs PolandDivorce, rejection of the petition for divorce due to lack of jurisdiction under art. 1099 Code of Civil Procedure
III RC 210/15PszczynaUnited Arab Emirates v PolandRecognition of paternity, arrangements for child suport payment and regulation of parental authority pursuant to art. 127, 72 and 93 Family Code
III RNsm 142/15WrocławPoland vs GermanyPermission to perform an activity exceeding the ordinary management of the child’s property pursuant to art. 101 § 3 Family Code
III RC 3103/15WrocławPoland vs IcelandDivorce pursuant to art. 58 Family Code
III Ca 1229/15GliwiceGermany vs PolandRegulation of visitation rights and child suport payment pursuant to art. 127 and 113 Family Code
III Nsm 373/16 TrzebnicaPoland vs GermanyRegulation of visitation rights pursuant to art. 113 Family Code
III RC 59/16WrocławDivorce and residence permit;

Marriage concluded outside of the Republic of Poland,
Residence permit pursuant to marriage

V RC 601/16WarszawaPoland vs DenmarkEstablishing paternity, arrangements for child suport payment and regulation of parental authority pursuant to art. 127, 72 and 93 Family Code
IV Nsm 1243/17Bielsko – BiałaPoland vs USARegulation of parental authority, visitation rights and child suport payment pursuant to art. 93, 113 and 127 Family Code
III Nsm 85/17
(III Nsm 373/16)
WrocławPoland vs GermanyEstablishing visitation rights pursuant to rt. 113 Family Code
III Nsm 386/17WrocławPoland vs Germany Changing minor’s family name pursuant to art. 90 § 1 Family Code
VI Co 681/17WarszawaPoland vs Grait BritainRecognition in Poland of a divorce judgement pursuant to art. 1145 § 1 Code of Civil Procedure in the version valid till 30.06.2009
VI C 2248/17 WarszawaPoland vs USADivorce, regulation of parental authority and child suport payment pursuant to art. 58 Family Code
III RC 20/17GłubczycePoland vs NetherlandsChild suport payment pursuant to art. 127 Family Code
III Nsm 595/17Wołomin/ WarszawaIsrael vs PolandReturn of a child under the provisions of the Hague Convention
on the civil aspects of international child abduction as of 25. October 1980 (Journal of Laws of September 25, 1995)
I Ns 182/18WołominGreat Britain vs PolandPlacing of benefit payment to court deposit pursuant to art. 639 Code of Civil Procedure
III RNs 292/18WołominGreat Britain vs PolandApplication for changing of legal guardian and further obligations pursuant to art. 165 Code of Civil Procedure
Out of court caseWarszawaHong Kong vs PolandAgreement for the abolition of joint ownership of real estate in Poland
Out of court caseWrocławGrait Britain vs PolandDivision of assets in a cohabitation relationship

Testimonials

As international divorce lawyers inPoland, we represent individuals, both citizens and noncitizens of Poland in disputes with their spouses being Polish nationals and citizens.

This is what some of our clients have said about the international divorce division of our  law firm.

Professional, very helpful and totally involved to solve my case. They helped me to successfully solve my family law issue in Poland. AK, Holland

Mein familienrechtlicher Fall in Polen war echt kompliziert, aber ich konnte mich voll und ganz auf die Kanzlei verlassen. Es war gut zu wissen, dass ich erfahrene polnische Juristen auf meiner Seite habe. Danke! Johannes, Deutschland

I walked in worried and afraid and I walked out satisfied to write this post :). I recommend them One hundred Per Cent! BM

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Zielonka – Steckert – Partners
Law Firm Limited Partnership
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