Law firm KIRM PERPAR remains available to clients remotely

16 March 2020

Our main priority and concern is the health and safety of our clients, business partners and our employees. Therefore we strive to do the best we can to reduce the risk of infection while continuing to provide our services continuously.

According to the instructions of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia concerning the coronavirus spread and the epidemic declared, our law firm also took all necessary measures to prevent the further spread of the virus.

We would like to inform you that the law firm KIRM PERPAR does not accept clients at the business address Poljanski nasip 8, 1000 Ljubljana until cancellation and that all activities are carried out remotely.

We remain available to our clients without interruption. We can be reached via our email addresses and mobile phones.

Stay home and stay healthy.



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