Founded by Yiannis Papazacharia in 1988, we have expanded our presence through offices or associated firms in Limassol, Cyprus and Athens, Greece with associates in many other countries such as the United Kingdom, China and Russia.

The Firm’s growing practice has closely followed the transformation of Cyprus into a regional business centre and enterprise hub for Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Our main areas of practice are company law, international tax planning and acquisition of immovable property as well as immigration services including permanent residency and naturalisation in Cyprus and Greece, wills and administrations in addition to the incorporation of companies and nominee and trustee services, admiralty and shipping, contract law, banking law, debt collection, personal injury claims, traffic accidents, insurance claims and disputes, family law issues as well as criminal matters.

We are committed to providing legal services in a cost-effective and timely manner by using all modern technology along with our accumulated legal resources. We pride ourselves in our ability to give clear, practical advice and enjoy lasting relationships with our clients.

“In an ever increasingly globalised world, we provide full tax planning and support for transactions and private clients for conducting cross-border business”

“Through its uniquely advantageous geographical position, at the crossroads of three continents, in the past few years Cyprus has developed into a regional business centre, flourishing in the property development and services sector”


Our Firm

  1. 1988

    Establishment of Yiannis Papazacharia law practice in Paphos, Cyprus

  2. 2008

    Formation as a Lawyers Limited Liability Company

  3. 2018

    Relocation to our new head offices in Paphos, Cyprus

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