After graduating in 2005 with law degree, I have been working for public service for ten years, studying all the intricacies of administrative work. This experience brought me better understanding of general bureaucratic procedures that are applicable during obtaining visas and residents' cards, as well as concluding contracts with local contractors.
After moving to France, I acquired a diploma in wealth management from one of the leading business schools – Skema, enhancing my expertise with local laws & taxation. An internship at a private bank in Monaco provided necessary insights on local specifics in banking.
During our cooperation, I could advise you on how to address main issues of obtaining residency, filling out tax forms, as well as on opening and maintaining your account at local banks.
Over the years of living on the French Riviera, I've managed to encounter most of the issues that arise during relocation and permanent or temporary residence, whether registering a car, buying a place in the port, drawing up utility contracts, finding specific doctors.
Having two children allows me to share with you not only the experience of pregnancy and delivery in France, but also the features of the local school system and extracurricular activities.
You'd be surprised by my efficiency and capacity to anticipate your concerns.