The Law Firm of Choice for Greek Americans for More Than 25 Years
Many of the legal issues faced by Greek Americans straddle the border between the U.S. and Greece. This leaves people with a challenge: Who do they choose as their lawyer?
A lawyer licensed in the United States alone does not have the necessary knowledge of Greek law, while a lawyer licensed only in Greece does not have the ability to do the required U.S. legal work. Furthermore, a Greek lawyer does not have the regulation of the American Bar Association, and that lack of regulation has led to many Greek lawyers taking advantage of clients, particularly when there is an ocean between them. The ideal solution: a law firm that is licensed to practice in Greece and the United States, that has a real presence in both countries.
Only one law firm fits that description: Hahalis & Kounoupis, P.C. - Greek Law Group.
Why Choose the Greek Law Group?
When you choose our law firm, your case will be overseen by George S. Kounoupis, the first U.S. attorney to also be subsequently licensed in Greece. He is the attorney trusted by the American Bar Association to be the liaison to the Greek Bar Association. Over the course of more than 25 years, he has handled thousands of cases involving overlap between U.S. law and Greek law for Greek Americans nationwide.
He Co-Chairs of U.S. Lawyers Practicing Abroad Committee of the American Bar Association. The National Trial Lawyers Association included him among the top 100 Trial lawyers in Pennsylvania. His list of credentials, accomplishments and honors is second to none.
We represent Greek Americans in all legal matters, including wills and estate planning, inheritance and estate administration, property management, real estate, tax law, family law and business law.
Free Initial Consultation - U.S.-Greece Inheritance, Wills, and Real Estate Attorneys
Call 610-628-1336, toll free 877-509-4333 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation - in English or Greek - with a U.S.-Greece estate administration attorney.
We handle everything. In the great majority of cases, you will not need to travel to Greece or a Greek Consulate, or even to our law office. We will communicate with you via phone or e-mail, sending all required documentation to your U.S. address. Our services include all necessary translations of legal documents: Greek-to-English or English-to-Greek. Of course, you are welcome to visit any of our offices in person, so we can meet and discuss your case.