Who to turn to if you need legal services in Egypt?
The main focus of Ayman Sultan Law Firm is the individuals and businesses located in Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and Qatar. We are dedicated to understanding our clients’ requirements by providing outstanding service and finding original result-oriented solutions. Our in-depth knowledge of local laws and business culture in these countries gives us a competitive advantage over other law firms. Our team of lawyers, with years of experience behind their backs, provides all our clients with first-rate legal services throughout the whole region. The goal of Ayman Sultan Law firm is to meet all the needs and expectations of our clients, providing them with high quality affordable legal aid in Egypt and a number of other countries in the Middle East. more
Legal Help with Criminal Cases in Egypt
Despite the fact that turning your employees into frightened victims is surely a crime, “criminal” lawyers are a different branch on the tree of law, metaphorically speaking. Their specialty lies in such areas as direct violence, theft, murder, vandalism, slavery, drug-trafficking, etc. It takes some nerve to deal with this every day and still remain human and compassionate, but because our lawyers are the best ones, this is exactly what they do. What’s even better (for you as a possible client) is that their services are quite affordable in comparison to other lawyers of such brilliance and experience. Being framed for one of these things when you are, in fact, innocent is a huge stress and it is very hard to even come to your senses sometimes, let alone defend yourself in a court without a professional lawyer. According to the criminal law in Egypt, you can surely use your right to get a free lawyer if you can’t afford a good one (sorry, free lawyers), but when it’s possibly your freedom for the next few years that is at stake, it is always worth to find the best lawyer you can possibly hire. more
Litigation, Arbitration and Resolution of Disputes
The primary aim of Ayman Sultan Law Firm in Egypt is to help its clients, while trying to avoid litigation whenever possible. However, when the litigation is unavoidable, we focus on the commercial goals of our clients by assessing reputational, commercial, and legal risks. In order to so, our attorneys will carefully analyze all the weaknesses of the opponent and put forward a creative settlement approach or an optimal procedural tactic. more
Drafting of Contracts in Egypt: Doing It Right
If you are about to start a business, you need a contract, and a good one, mainly because the purpose of a business contract is to define everybody’s responsibilities and tasks in the most detailed fashion. However, even if you think that you’ve got a pretty clear vision of what each single one of your employees should do, writing it down in a well organized and properly outlined way might be a much harder task then you think. This is why there is a special kind of lawyers who specialize in checking or flat out writing business contracts for people from a scratch, not only because they know exactly how to put everything down in a clearest way possible, but because they also know a lot of things about laws and restrictions that you may not be aware of (and if you do not have enough experience in a legal field, you probably do not know these things). Surely, it still means that you must have a very clear understanding of what you want, because lawyers in Egypt, despite their talent of dealing with people, are not necessarily psychics. more
Drafting Legal Documents in Egypt Should be Left to Professionals
Legal affairs and document drafting can sometimes cost us an arm and a leg. In a world where money is not that easy to earn, it is only natural that some people should try to cut down on some of these costs, minimize their expenses, and save money. Quite often, people try to avoid hiring an attorney to help them deal with trusts, contracts, and other legal dealings. Instead, they spend their money in an online service. Currently, there are many such services available online. They are leading people to believe that you can just sign on to such a system, draft the documents you need, print them, and sign them. Of course, all of this sounds very tempting and doable. Unfortunately, not everything is as good as it sounds. more
Enforcement (Implementation) of Foreign Judgment: Compromising For Prosperity
If your company’s business is a part of the international market if it’s providing services outside the border, it must abide to certain laws that govern how things work in case of partnership with foreign organizations, and those laws might actually contradict or somehow come in conflict with the rules that outline inner system of laws in your country. That is basically the explanation of what is enforcement of foreign judgment. Naturally, a wide variety of issues may arise when that happens. Granted that it isn’t an easy task to adequately organize your business even when it’s only governed by the legal system of one country, it’s predictable that when multiple foreign parties are influencing the business, things can get quite messy, so to speak. more
Having trouble dealing with government agencies in Egypt? Our lawyers will help you out!
Law seems like a great thing as long as it is on your side – defending your rights and protecting your interests. However, when you get in trouble with the law, the situation gets a lot more serious – especially if you get on the wrong side of the police or of a legal agency. A lot of irreparable damage can be done. In order to avoid the trouble and get the best possible resolution, you need to know all of your rights. There are also a lot of ins and outs of law that pertain to each specific case. If you don’t know them, you are at a disadvantage. Unfortunately, most people don’t have this information. If you decide to proceed with the legal matter without knowing all the facts and seeing the whole picture, you run a very high risk. Fortunately, lawyers spend years upon years learning about all of this. That is why you need an experienced law firm by your side, to fight for you and with you, and to provide you with the best possible outcome. The Ayman Sultan Law Firm is such a firm. more
Finding a Good Divorce Lawyer in Egypt is No Easy Task
Being married is not an easy thing. When two people meet, fall in love, and spend enough time with each other (or what they think is enough time) to see that they truly enjoy each other’s company despite possible differences and life challenges, naturally they decide to get married. Yet somehow, thanks to fairytales apparently (we just can’t think of any other reason), marriage is often viewed as a “happy ending” and some sort of hard-won achievement that really pays off by cementing the romance and solving all the issues. However, then it becomes clear that differences and challenges do not magically disappear just because there’s a ring on your finger. Love, sadly, can disappear faster than the rough edges that the couple was sure to find the way around so easily. more
Real Estate Legal Services in Egypt
Whether you need to do a real estate transaction or if you are going through a real estate law dispute, you will need to have a real estate lawyer by your side to guide you through the whole process. Real estate law is comprised of a variety of issues including property taxes, foreclosures, easement disputes, property deeds, neighbor relations, various types of mortgages, real estate warranties, buying/selling real estate and getting insurance. If you live in Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, or Qatar, and you wish to find a lawyer knowledgeable in these fields, then Ayman Sultan Law Firm is the place to turn to. more
We Know How to Handle Insurance and Labor Cases in Egypt
What Exactly is Insurance Law?
Basically, Insurance Law deals with all things insurance, including (but not limited to) insurance policies and claims. There are roughly three categories to which Insurance Law is broadly applied: 1) regulation of the business of insurance, 2) regulation of the content of insurance policies, consumer policies in particular, and 3) regulation of claim handling. more