AYAZI.LEGAL was founded by Kianusch Ayazi. Kianusch holds both a German and a South African LL.B. law degree. Having studied law at the Bucerius Law School (Hamburg, Germany), the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) and the University of South Africa with a focus on Public International Law and European Law and having practised law in South Africa and Germany, he is familiar with both the South African and the German/European legal system as well as with their crossroads.
Kianusch speaks English, German, Farsi, French, Afrikaans and Spanish. He is a member of various law associations and the author of several legal works, among them a publication on German-South African cases of inheritance in the light of the EU Succession Regulation.
Clients with legal matters within South Africa, Germany and the EU as well as Iran or related to these jurisdictions are offered a wide range of legal services in the fields of private law and public law.
Kianusch advises private clients, corporate clients and government entities in English, German and Farsi. He specialises on the crossroads of the aforementioned jurisdictions and focuses on matters with international implications.
Corporate and commercial law, international tax law, citizenship and immigration law, public international and Europan law, international social law and law of succession are a few examples of the areas of practise which Kianusch has a special interest in.
As your legal advisor and representative, Kianusch sees his professional mission not only in the protection and enforcement of your rights but equally in explaining to you the oftentimes complex legal framework governing your case in simple words. This will enable you to make informed decisions and to actively partake in the process of the enforcement of your rights.
Kianusch Ayazi, LL.B. (Bucerius Law School), LL.B. (University of South Africa)
ZA P.O. Box 50416 | Waterfront | Cape Town | 8002 | South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 21 204 6076 | Fax: +27 (0) 86 566 3371
DE Winterhuder Weg 29 | 22085 Hamburg | Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 40 22 86 63 28 - 0 | Fax: +49 (0) 40 22 86 63 28 - 9