About our company

The company Ondrejka & Partners, s.r.o. advokátska kancelária is a Law Firm. Our priority is an endeavour to provide the clients with the top quality of legal services in a required area of law.

The services provided to our clients have the form of rendering long-term legal services or individual legal advises, or as pleading one’s case in court proceedings. We are established in the territory of the Slovak Republic and our registered office is in Zvolen.

Our activities are focussed primarily on provision of legal services in the areas covering the commercial law, civil law, criminal law, industrial law and family law. We cooperate with other lawyers and solicitors throughout the Slovak Republic and abroad, with court executors, notaries public, external colleagues (trustees in bankruptcy and restructuring, auditors, accountants, interpreters and translators, forensic experts, etc.) so that we could provide our clients with legal services of top professional quality. Provision of our legal services is closely connected with the use of a guaranteed electronic signature.

The Ondrejka & Partners, Ltd Law Firm is covered by professional liability insurance against damage caused by attorney-at-law activities under the insurance policy entered with the Wüstenrot Insurance Company; our insurance coverage being Eur 1,500,000.00.

Information duties of services provider

Business name: Ondrejka & Partners, s.r.o. advokátska kancelária (The Ondrejka & Partners, Ltd Law Firm)
Legal form: Limited liability company
Registered office: J. Kozáčeka 5, 960 01 Zvolen, Slovak Republic
Company registration number (IČO): 47 235 985
Tax identification number (DIČ): 2023357754
VAT No. (IČ DPH): SK2023357754
Bankers: Tatra banka, a.s.
Bank account number: 2925864803/1100
Registration: Register of Companies of the District Court in Banská Bystrica, section: Sro, inlet No. 20958/S
Registration entry at the Slovak Bar Association – Lawyer Licence No. 4597
tel./fax: +421 (0) 45 536 66 03
mobile phone: +421 (0) 918 727 187
Insurance: Wüstenrot Insurance Company, insurance coverage in the amount of Eur 1,500,000.00

More detailed information on lawyers activities, remuneration for provision of legal services, acts of legal services and legal regulations related to attorneys-at-law and provision of legal services may be obtained from the web page of the Slovak Bar Association - www.sak.sk or at the address of the Slovak Bar Association, Kolárska 4, 813 42 Bratislava.

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Ondrejka & Partners, s.r.o.
Law Firm
J. Kozáčeka 5
960 01 Zvolen
Slovak Republic
Tel./fax: + 421 (0) 45 536 66 03
mobile phone: +421 (0) 918 727 187