A Answer: Italian attorneys are allowed to practice Italian law nationwide, once they have passed the bar exam (in Italian “Esame di Stato”) and they are registered with a local Italian bar association (“Consiglio dell’Ordine”) as “Avvocato”.
“Attorney at law”, in Italian is “Avvocato”.
For instance, an Italian attorney (“Avvocato”) who passed the bar exam in the South of Italy is licensed and has competence to represent clients with interests everywhere in Italy, even in the North of the country. Even if some matters might also be regulated by Regional or more local laws and regulations, Italian attorneys are subject to no regional practice restriction.
Italian Attorneys of Studio Legale Metta assist clients with matters everywhere in Italy, including Italian inheritance law, Italian property purchases and sales, Italian mortgage, debt collection, agency agreement and any other matter pertaining our International areas of practice.
Most of our clients who need an Italian attorney are from the United States of America, from Canada, the UK and Australia. All communications with our overseas clients, are handled via email or phone, as it is more convenient for our clients, in a professional and quick manner. All fees are agreed up front so that our clients know in advance how much our services will cost. Money transfers to our firm can be settled via bank transfer or secure credit card on line payment.
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