Attorney Christine Charlot

Christine CHARLOT has been a member of the Guiana Bar for twelve years and has developed an expertise in many fields: criminal law, family law, administrative law (including the rights of foreigners), road traffic law and international law, with a particular focus on human rights.

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Lawyer for twelve years, Christine CHARLOT has developed an expertise in various fields of law: criminal law, family law, administrative law (including foreigners’ rights), road law and international law with a particular sensitivity for human rights.

Trained with an international dimension, Me Christine CHARLOT also offers a multilingual service (English and Spanish).

Me Christine CHARLOT favors a close relationship with her clients and offers sound legal advice adapted to each of the situations presented to her.

Reactivity and rigor are the leitmotiv of Me CHARLOT’s office in order to accomplish its missions.

Criminal Law

Defense before the criminal courts (Police Court, Criminal Court, Assize Court) and administrative courts (Administrative Court, Administrative Court

Family law

Divorce, compensatory allowance, liquidation of joint ownership, PACS, inheritance sharing, filiation, adoption, parental authority, children's residence, visiting rights

Foreigners law

Immigration law, litigation concerning refusal of naturalization, deportation decisions, placement in administrative detention centers, detention in international waiting zones

Road law

Fine contestation, excessive speed, withdrawal of points, defense of your rights in case of a drinking and driving offence, withdrawal of license, defense and recourse cancellation of driving license

International law

Problems related to mixed marriages and divorces, transcription of decisions, international succession, immigration, taxation and criminal law

Appeal and civil proceedings

Courts of appeal, drafting of procedural documents, motions for a fixed date, referrals, legal advice, summary proceedings and emergency procedures, appeals, execution of judgments, summonses to court

Maître Charlot, a lawyer in private practice, cannot receive any income other than the fees paid by her clients. The fees are based on the service rendered, which depends on the work done and the result obtained.

Lawyers usually receive fees in the form of successive retainers; the retainer is an advance on the fee before any work is done.

Privacy

By entrusting your case to her, you benefit from total confidentiality in the handling of your case and from the guarantees that the legal profession offers in terms of expertise and security.

Rigor & Pragmatism

Availability & Reactivity

Transparency of fees

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