Specialists in Italian Property And Inheritance Law

Giandomenico De Tullio Step

Giandomenico De Tullio (partner) TEP

Using the services of a solicitor will add to the cost of a property transaction, but it is money well spent and could save you expense and trouble later. Having a multi-lingual legal counsel makes good sense because of the complexities that come with buying, selling and owning property in Italy.

An independent, experienced, competent lawyer, who exclusively has your interests at heart, will give you peace of mind and ensure that you get the best deal.

That’s where I come in. My name is Giandomenico De Tullio, a lawyer focusing on all the legal aspects involved in the buying and selling of property in Italy and Italian inheritance matters.

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I am a Member of The Italian Bar Association and a full member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), the leading worldwide professional body for practitioners in the fields of trusts, estates and related issues.

My clients are companies and individuals who have entrusted me to manage a wide range of cases including, property conveyancing, property litigations, estate planning, drafting Wills and probate and inheritance tax liabilities.

Prior to joining De Tullio Law Firm, I worked for several international law firms as well as the European Commission.

In addition to legal services, I also provide consulting services for real estate law, private law and EU law. 
In the capacity of legal expert, I have contributed to a number of publications, amongst others, “A Place in The Sun”. I have also taught European Private Law at the University of Lecce

I graduated with honours from The University of Bari with a Bachelors in law followed by a Masters degree in European Law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

 

Giovanni De Tullio (partner)

My name is Giovanni De Tullio. The law is one of my lifelong passions. Following my legal studies and training, I passed the Italian Ministry of Justice written and oral exams and was selected to become a public notary. A career which spanned over 30 years and involved thousands of transactions including conveyancing processes and inheritance cases. I am proud and honoured to have been awarded a gold medal for my professional achievements by the Italian Board of Notaries.

Although I am retired from my duties as a public notary, I continue to work with my son and our team at De Tullio Law Firm. In my capacity of legal partner, I am able to offer my experience, my knowledge of Italian legislation and my understanding of the Italian State’s requirements to provide valuable support and advice to our clients when they undertake all manner of significant transactions.

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Purchasing or selling a home; gifting one’s home to one’s child; making a will; incorporating a company. These types of significant transactions are not a matter of filling out preprinted forms. These are operations demanding meticulous preparation of secure and valid deeds that are indisputable over time. One must therefore be aware of all the obstacles and pitfalls caused by constantly evolving laws that are not always easy to understand.