Italian inheritance and property law solicitors
Legal expertise and knowledge. Core values of our Italian inheritance and property law solicitors
We have successfully represented and managed several thousand conveyancing and inheritance cases on behalf of our Italian and international clients. We have experience of working throughout Italy and abroad so we have in-depth expertise of both Italian and international legal systems and processes. We understand the way things work in Italy, which is often different to the way things work elsewhere.
At De Tullio Law Firm, we pride ourselves on our responsiveness.
We get things done efficiently and keep our clients informed every step of the way. We appreciate that our clients want a prompt response from their Italian inheritance and property law solicitors. Our dedicated team of multilingual professionals, based at our offices in the UK and Italy, return phone call and emails promptly and focus on responding to all inquiries with straight-forward answers.
De Tullio Law Firm represents value for money.
It is our policy to keep our total fees as low as possible with our ‘flat fee’ for legal services. Prior to engaging us, we tell our clients how much we will charge them for our services. We aim to provide complete clarity and transparency, permitting our clients to manage their budget.
Our clients trust us and rate De Tullio Law Firm services very highly.
We build a personal relationship with each and every client. In a recent survey, all of our clients rated the legal services we provided as excellent or very good. Similarly, all our clients said that they would recommend us. For our clients’ protection, De Tullio Law Firm is insured with Lloyd’s Insurances.
Each one of us is a specialist. Together, we offer a personal legal service that puts you first.
We value fairness and transparency. We don’t use a lot of jargon and we believe in offering solutions instead of recycled advice.
Having a multi-lingual legal counsel makes good sense because of the complexities that come with buying, owning and planning for the future of your property in Italy. Our independent, experienced, competent Italian inheritance and property law solicitors, who exclusively have your interests at heart, will give you peace of mind and ensure that you get the best deal.
Giandomenico De Tullio is the Managing Partner at De Tullio Law Firm.
With over 20 years’ experience of all aspects of private and family law, Giandomenico heads the conveyancing team focused on purchasing and sales of residential and commercial property in Italy. Giandomenico also specialises in estate planning and Italian inheritance matters.
A member of The Italian Bar Association and a full member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), the leading worldwide professional body for practitioners in the fields of trusts, estates and related issues.
After more than 30 years as a public notary, Giovanni De Tullio continues to work with the team at De Tullio Law Firm. In his capacity of Legal Partner, Giovanni’s experience, knowledge of Italian legislation and his understanding of the Italian State’s requirements, provides valuable support for clients who are purchasing or selling a home, gifting a home to a child making a will or incorporating a company in Italy.
Maria Clelia Talò is a valued team member at De Tullio Law Firm. Cle, as she is known, is a real estate lawyer. She advises and supports international clients with all aspects of residential and commercial property transactions in Italy.
Cle qualified as a lawyer (avvocato) in 2010. She immediately started working as an international lawyer dealing with international litigation for civil legal disputes, out of court settlements, real estate transactions and inheritance matters.
From 2008 to 2011, as a winner of the XXIII edition of the Ph.D scholarship in Private Law and New Technology at the University of Bari, Cle was made an Honorary Fellow in Private Law at the Faculty of Law at the LUM University of Casamassima (Libera Università del Mediterraneo).
In 2010 Cle completed a specialization in Cyberlaw and Legal Rights at the Court of Bari. In 2014 she joined the Summer School of CNF (Italian Bar Association) on Drafting International Contracts – Common and Civil Law Perspectives, at King’s College School of Law, London.