Our lawyers

Our office, located in Cluj-Napoca, has a team of lawyers with an extensive experience within the legal field. We offer our clients legal advice, documents review, drafting legal documents, drafting due diligence reports, as well as representation before the courts of law and the various public institutions or authorities. Our lawyers stand by their clients by always offering strategies that are appropriate to their problems.
Ionela Costea – Lawyer
In 10 years of legal activity, Ionela Costea has gained experience in the legal field, representing clients in complex litigation. Provides advice and representation in the areas of civil law, labor law, family law, tort and contract liability, divorce actions, debt recovery, but also foundations of companies or associations. She has successfully assisted both real estate developers in their real estate projects and various individuals who have purchased apartments.
Diana Olosutean-Micu Lawyer
Olosutean Micu Diana Maria has graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Babeş-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca in 2011, and in 2012 she has also completed the master’s program, specialization: “Private Law Institutions”, from the same university, as well as the courses of the National Institute for the Professional Training of Lawyers. She is a […]
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Anda-Nora Popa – Lawyer’s Office
Anda-Nora Popa – Lawyer’s Office
Anda-Nora POPA – the owner of Anda-Nora Popa – Lawyer’s Office – is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of Babeş-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca, class of 2011, completing her studies with a master’s degree within the same faculty, with the specialization “Private Law Institutions”, an opportunity to thoroughly study the legal regulations applicable in […]

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Civil status documents – Registration in the romanian civil status registers of a marriage concluded abroad

Civil status documents. Romanian citizens who have concluded marriages outside Romania have the obligation to transcribe their marriage in the civil status registers from Romania. If the marriage is not registered in Romania, it is not recognized by the Romanian state. The transcription of the marriage is mandatory to be carried out within 6 months from the conclusion. Otherwise, the citizens are liable to be fined. After this step, the…
Disciplinary dismissal /termination of the individual employment contract

Disciplinary dismissal /termination of the individual employment contract

In case of dismissal for disciplinary reasons the employer must observe the procedure for the termination of the individual employment contract due to misconduct provided by the Labour Code. In this case, article 61 of the Labour Code provides the possibility of employee’s dismissal for reasons that do not relate to his/her person, if the employee has caused serious violation or repeated violations from the discipline rules of work or…

Recovery of receivables/unpaid debts

If you have overdue invoices unpaid by your contract partners, you have the possibility to recover the unreceived debt by legal actions. The actions we can use for the recovery of outstanding amounts (unreceived debts) are:  payment injunction procedure, request with low value and action in claims. We can use any of these legal actions for the recovery of your receivables, but there are a few differences between these actions.…


The most important condition for admissibility of divorce claim is the existence of the free consent of the spouses. Thus, the dissolution of marriage by consent of the Parties before the courts of law can be accomplished by 2 ways: - Divorce at the request of both spouses; - Divorce at the request of one spouse, accepted by the other spouse.   The competent court of law which can settle…


1. What is forced execution? If a debtor does not willingly fulfil the obligation he/she has towards his/her creditor, the creditor has the possibility to start the forced execution against the debtor, by addressing a bailiff for this purpose. For the bailiff to be competent to enforce the writ of execution, it is necessary that the residence/office of the debtor is in the district of the same court of appeal…