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  1. H. Ender Keleş, Attorney at Law The Turkey Central community now has a community lawyer, Mr. Ender Keleş. Based in Izmir, Mr. Keleş speaks excellent English, as well as German, Dutch, and of course, Turkish. Mr. Keleş has been a member of Turkey Central for five years, and during that time, he has been helping our members (and guests) by answering legal questions in our legal forums. So we've asked Mr. Keleş if he would serve as our "community lawyer," that is, be a dedicated lawyer for our members to go to for legal services. We've also created a contact form for our members and gu
  2. There may be a time when you need to perform a legal or financial task or sign a document in Turkey, but you're not in Turkey. Instead of spending the time and money to travel to Turkey, you can appoint someone else to do such things for you, using a power of attorney. What is a Power of Attorney? A power of attorney is a legal document in which you (the principal) designate and authorize another person (the agent) to perform one or more tasks on your behalf. Once you give this power, your agent can legally do whatever the power of attorney document says, as if they were you. Powers o
  3. All foreign documents which will be presented to the Turkish government must be internationally legalized with an apostille. Then the document, and the apostille, must be translated into Turkish by a sworn translator. In this guide, I'll explain what an apostille is, how you can get one for your foreign document, and what to do if your country doesn't issue apostilles. What is an Apostille? An apostille is a certificate, issued under the International Apostille Convention, which authenticates the origin of a public document. This makes the document it's attached to a legally reco
  4. My mother passed away and she had a property in Istanbul that she owned. Title of deed or address are no where to be found. all I know is that the property is in Istanbul. there is no documentation at all about anything with relation to the property. all we have is her death certificate and her passport and visa stamp on passport. How can I find out about the property or obtain a new title deed document for inheritance purposes ? we are 2 sons and 1 daughter.
  5. Hello Everyone, I have started a company a year ago and not doing any business activities at all. Now I'm thinking of closing the company. Since it is a Limited Company I think just will leave it without filing the monthly taxes and not paying any taxes at all "Just Neglect it completely". But my Accountant said that I would be legally asked to pay the company debits when doing any gov related activity or in the airport. Now, I just want to make sure if I Neglect the company, what are the legal consequences? and is it true that I will be asked as my accountant said? because I am confused
  6. Looking for some legal advice from a professional have to go to court for an issue and would like some advice
  7. I want to know if it is illegal criminally to post someones picture and write about them in social medial and other online places. A Turkish man destroyed my life and did a lot of very bad things and is trying to use foreign women to get visas as he is very poor has alot of debt. I found out he is also writing other foreigners to try to befriend them to try to get Money. I posted his picture and wrote about what he did to me to warn others. He went to police and made a complaint and after 3 hours I was told that it was illegal in Turkey to post someones picture and write ab
  8. Hi, my name is Craig and i am needing a bit of advice before i book my holiday for this summer. I havent been to Turkey for about 12 years, on my last visit i had an accident on a quadbike that resulted in a week in intensive care in the hospital in fetiye. Anyway when i woke up i was greeted by police officers with the news i had been charged with 3 offenses, driving without a licence, driving without a helmet and dangerous driving which i had to appear in court for. However a turkish friend i had over managed to get my passport back so i just went home and obviously not to the court case. So
  9. I have a question burning in my mind that I would love to have answered. I have been living in Turkey since 2010. I came to Turkey married, became separated in 2012 and divorced through the Turkish Family Courts in 2015. I was granted custody of our children, both hold US and Turkish citizenship, with their father having the minimal visitation required by Turkish law. My ex husband has made a right mess of his finances over the years. He does not pay the support outlined in our divorce decree. He also can no longer show the amount of money required for me to meet the financial requirement
  10. I need to find out how to have the terms of my divorce decree enforced. My ex husband and I were married in the US but divorced through the Turkish Family Court system in 2015. I am specifically interested in knowing if there are resources available for expats who do not have financial means to hire a lawyer. I have resided in Turkey on a RP from 2010 to August of this year. I was in the process of renewing my residence permit when my mother was diagnosed with cancer. I had to leave immediately to care for her as she has no surviving family members living in her area.
  11. Meral

    Inheritance Law

    It absolutely staggerred me to read of a recent case in the papers.......https://www.msn.com/tr-tr/haber/gundem/15-yıl-sonra-gelen-borçla-şok-oldu/ar-BBLyySg?li=BByfdlx In a nutshell, a woman (with one son), divorced from her husband, after 15 years has received a legal notice to repay a debt (with interest) on a loan taken out by the ex-husband AFTER their divorce. As the story goes, the ex died without repaying the loan, whereupon, under Turkish inheritance law, the "debt" was inherited by their son (being the only "first-degree" relative). But the son died 4 months ago in a work ac
  12. My friend has a long term Turkish boyfriend who recently received a letter concerning a debt from 7 years ago that he doesn't recognise. On contacting the firm to obtain information about it, they just said he needs to pay, no info from them. He asked why it took 7 years to send the letter, they said because he had kept moving but he's had the same address since 2010. Since calling them he has had no further letters or requests for payment. is this a scam? Even does historical debt expire in Turkey? In the U.K. It is after 6 years. Any advice greatly appreciated.
  13. About 6 weeks ago my good friend George - real name Mehmet - had a lot of cash on him and he was robbed but he took out a knife and stabbed the guy. There were many witnesses to this and it seems it was self-defence although of course carrying that knife was illegal. The stabbed guy went to hospital but was only there a few days and is now ok and back at his home. George, however, is in Alanya Prison and must stay there for 2 years. All prisoners in Turkey can only nominate up to 3 people to visit them in jail. It can be friends or family or a mixture of the two. All George's relatives a
  14. I am writing this article with the request of a friend who simply wants me to be more active in the Turkey Central. I do not follow the questions often regrettably so by writing such article hopefully I would contribute a little more, If and if you have more questions, you are always welcome to ask any of your questions over whatsapp +905079767304 This article aims to clarify the matters concerning separation and divorce in relation with Turkish family law. The article touched on the procedures of divorce and also grounds of divorce in Turkey to tell you what you will be faced of with th
  15. Hi Hi! I'm almost "desperate" to get some info about Turkish divorce cases. I'm from Holland and I'm in a relationship with a Turkish man for 2 years. I do live in Turkey, but not with him. My boyfriend was married for a couple of years and his marriage didn't work out and he filed for divorce. This divorce is going on for 2 years now and we have to keep our relationship a secret. I hate this so much, because I love him and I know it's also very hard for him. My boyfriend has a child with his wife and she very small (3 years old). He told me that the judge changed and this delayed h
  16. Help please. I need to know if this man is telling me the truth. I recently had a long holiday in Turkey. I did not go to find love. I found a very nice Turkisk man. We spent 4 weeks together while he worked as normal. I knew that he was divorced and paying alimony and also paying for his wifes attorney? This was taken from his wages each month. Half his wages. 1/4 for alimony and 1/4 for the lawyer his wife got. 2 years before. I didn't know until my 2nd return that he had also borrowed from a credit bank pronunced guarantee in English. He got 10,000 tl. 7 months ago. Never made 5
  17. Hi everyone/anyone. I am looking for a good English speaking lawyer/avucat in the Dalaman/Dalyan/Ortaca or Koycegiz area. I have a neighbour dispute going on over the land I bought near Ortaca last year. My appointed avucat did not mention any such dispute during the buying process at the time, so I am of course very disappointed about it and need someone professional and trustworthy. I hope that is not too much to ask, because I don't speak turkish apart from a few words and phrases, and I really need some help to sort this problem out.
  18. Nwclio

    Divorce

    I wonder if anyone could advise me on an ongoing case. I am English and so is my wife, I owned a property in the UK before we got married there sold and used to buy a villa in Turkey. The villa and also a car are both registered in my name only as I provided the money from the UK sale to purchase both. My wife has cleared our joint accounts and has left Turkey and filed for divorce. Where do I stand with regards to seperating assets if all the money was mine before marriage? She has filed for the house, car and 100,000tl compensation due to her upset. Your advise would be apprec
  19. "Judiciary of Turkey" official website, facebook and twitter published in 26th December 2016 http://www.judiciaryofturkey.gov.tr https://www.facebook.com/JudiciaryTurkey https://twitter.com/JudiciaryTurkey
  20. Hello We have received a puzzling letter (ilamsız takiplerde ödeme emri) and we don't know what to do. Some years ago a friend of my partner who owned a rent a car company used to lend him a car from time to time as a favour. My partner then fell out with his friend and we lost contact. Now 4 years later we receive a letter which seems to be claiming that we (both of us although I have never driven here) rented a car from this guy's company for 3 years and never paid for it. Do we ignore this as complete rubbish or should we answer and to whom? Do we need legal assistance?
  21. The British Consulate General in Istanbul maintains a list of English-speaking lawyers in Turkey, here: List of English-speaking lawyers in Turkey
  22. Hi my fiancée and I have been together for 4 years. He's turkish and I'm British and he's coming 21 years of age. He has delayed the army for a few years due to his mums health and is due to go in, in 2017. We're quite happy to do this however, several of his family members have said if I got a lawyer on the English side he will have a chance to come into the country before he does his army service and we would be able to buy out of it after 3 years... Does anyone know the possibility or risks of this? Before we pay out for help and end up with nothing. This would be so much bet
  23. Fantastic site and wisdom in the postings. It is great to have found and this problem i feel crosses many more ages than just those under 29. I have a question about military service, etc. in the Turkish army. If someone has been in the military for years, I believe as a career, is older, as in 55 years old; is it feasible or possible or any type of truth to the fact, that if they have violated some military rule (i don't know what else to call it other than a rule) - is it possible that this person could be thrown into jail and maybe in jail for life. And I believe they were only guilty of
  24. Hello Friends, Here is the latest update on the residency permit issue we have all been wondering about., "The government in year 2014 extends the residence permit from three months to one year for house buyers from oversees with a law change, aiming to eliminate obstacles in front of the foreign buyers.Residence permits for foreigners that buy real estate in Turkey will be extended from three months to one year, according to an announcement in the Official Gazette.Foreigners who buy real estate in Turkey are allowed to obtain residence permits of one year at most, according to new legisla
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