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Cyprus Probate Services +357 222 51 222 [email protected]

Who are we?

The Cyprus Will & Probate Services (CWP) websites and belong to the law firm Nicholas A. Theodorou & Co LLC. Nicholas A. Theodorou & Co LLC is law firm based in Nicosia, Cyprus.

The team at CWP dealing with Wills and Probate matters are either British or dual nationals. Not surprising, the majority of our clients tend to be British citizens.

Regardless of your nationality or personal circumstances we are on hand to advise and guide you through the process of making a Cyprus Will.

We can also provide representation and litigation assistance before the Cyprus courts on matters such as probate directions, resealing of a foreign Will or Letters of Administration, obtaining grants for Cyprus assets in case of Cypriot or non-Cypriot nationals or domiciles.

We also advise on matters such as Will challenges and disputes surrounding the validity of wills and trusts.

Our Approach

We offer a considerate, personal service with sensitivity and professionalism that combines expertise with efficiency.

When administering estates our experience helps to remove potential problems for family and friends at a difficult time. We take a proactive stance, ensuring that the process moves smoothly and quickly.

We offer a competitive and transparent pricing structure. We do not believe in hidden costs and any additional or optional costs will also be detailed at the outset as will any anticipated disbursements or third party costs.

We do not aim to compete on price but nevertheless we believe that our fees for probate and related matters are highly competitive.

At CWP we provide full probate services, including:

  • Will drafting and registration at the District Court Registrar.
  • Administration of estates – Cyprus and multiple jurisdictions
  • Advising on Cyprus Wills disputes.
  • General advice on all probate matters, including Wills and Cyprus succession law.
  • Custody and safekeeping of Wills
  • Drafting Grant of Probate applications and appearing where necessary before the  District Courts.
  • Full estate management
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