EMR Lawyers & Notary provides legal advice and notary public services in Melbourne, Victoria, as part of the worldwide IKRP Group.
At EMR Lawyers & Notary (incorporated by Eugenia Mitrakas & Co. Lawyers & Notary), we believe that success is achieved by setting objectives and planning strategies to achieve them.
Establishing this discipline requires input from a number of external resources, with none more important than legal advice. Whether you are an individual, a small company or large corporation, obtaining professional notary advice regarding personal or business goals is paramount to achieving those goals. As a value-added-partner in your endeavors, we encourage every one of our clients to discuss their plans before making any financial or business commitments.
The cost-effective benefits of creating solid legal foundations, right at the start, may well mean avoiding expensive litigation or commercial complications in the future. The principal, Eugenia Mitrakas, has been actively pursuing her legal career since the 1970s, accumulating a vast store of knowledge and experience in many diversified areas. In 2001, EMR Lawyers & Notary commenced a formal arrangement with IKRP Rokas& Partners, an Athens based firm founded by Professor IoannisRokas in 1977. As a result of this association, at EMR Lawyers & Notary, we have associated practices in Athens, Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Belgrade, Bucharest, Skopje, Sofia, and Zagreb, as well as access to a range of affiliated practices in other areas. We are placed second to none in Melbourne in providing legal access and advice in the centers serviced through the IKRP Group.
Our aim is to provide quality legal and notary service to a dedicated client base in Melbourne and surrounds, using a broad range of accumulated knowledge and sound legal advice to help develop their business and personal interests.
Eugenia Mitrakas has been Chairman of The Greek Conference since its inception in 2002 and has chaired professional conferences in Australia and Greece for over two decades. The Greek Conference is a charitable organization supporting the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.