Fabien Cordiez French Solicitor

Fabien Cordiez is a Franco-British law firm focused primarily on three areas: high-value French real-estate transactions, estate settlement and inheritance law. Our clientele mostly includes non-resident private clients and foreign corporations.

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Contact Name:
Fabien Cordiez (Mr)

Phone:
+33 (0)442 630 102

E-mail:

Fax:
+33 (0)442 630 103

Address:
19 rue de Montigny
Aix-en-Provence
France
13100

Fabien Cordiez is qualified in France as "Avocat" and in England as a Solicitor (non-practising in the UK). He has lived many years in Britain and previously worked in London for a major Law Firm. Being a City-trained, dual-qualified lawyer, Fabien Cordiez is ideally skilled to bring you expert legal support and fight for you throughout your French property purchase or sale.

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