By having dual jurisdiction attorneys in California and Iran, Artemis can provide a wide range of legal services related to Iranian law. Some of the more common cases are:
After the revolution in 1979, the Iranian government has confiscated private properties that in some cases have been unlawful. We have effectively dealt with complicated cases that seemed hopeless to win. Our lawyers successfully handle claims against the Iranian governmental institutions and private parties likewise. We also advise our clients about legal options for challenging the Iranian courts’ judgments.
Under Iranian law, all Iranians remain Iranian citizens, regardless of where they reside or whether they are citizens of other countries. Therefore, an Iranian person’s status as far as marriage, divorce, entitlement to inheritance, rights with respect to child custody, etc. must be based on Iranian law; otherwise, any changes in personal status will not be recognized by Iranian authorities. As such, a divorce that is filed in the US, must also be recorded in Iran as well. Our firm is committed in assisting you through all family issues in Iran without any need to trip there.
Artemis lawyers regularly appear before the California Superior Courts as legal expert witnesses regarding Iranian law. We have extensive knowledge in fields such as property law, general probate, and inheritance law in Iran.
Artemis lawyers advise on best practices related to communication with the Office of Interest Section of Iran in Washington DC including any correspondence related to inquiries from governmental agencies, preparing a power of attorneys, and any other related procedures for submission to the Office of Interest Section of Iran in Washington DC.