About us
Law Firm “Sofiya” was founded in 2004 by Oleksandr Polivodskyy.

Lawyers from law firm "Sofiya" have high academic background, qualifications and experience and offer our clients professional skills and experience in solving complex and exclusive legal issues, which require careful and thorough approach.

Lawyers from law firm "Sofiya" provide legal services in Ukrainian, Russian and English.

Our agenda:

Our agenda is to provide quality and highly skilled legal services for big and medium-sized business, to solve complex legal issues, to support exclusive projects.

Main areas of practice:
  • Representing interests of legal and private entities in the court;
  • Real estate and construction Law;
  • Land Law;
  • Legal support of enterprises of the agrarian sector;
  • Legal services for legal entities, including foreign legal entities;
  • Solving of tax disputes;
  • Financial Law.
Cooperation with organizations and associations:

Law Firm "Sofiya" and its staff work closely with the following organizations and associations:
  • Association of Ukrainian Lawyers
  • Association of Legal Services of the agrarian sector
  • European Business Association
  • Institute of State and Law named after V.M. Koretskyy NAS of Ukraine
  • Kyiv City Lawyers` Association
  • Kyiv University of Law
  • National University of Kyiv-MohylaAcademy»
  • The Council of Entrepreneurs in the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
  • Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine
  • Union of Food Industry of Ukraine
  • Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, etc.


NEWS OF LF “SOFIYA”
Additional leaves and a reduced workweek for fathers: is their implementation feasible?
The Constitution of Ukraine defines the equality of the rights of men and women through additional guarantees for mothers. However, the Basic Law fails to mention the rights of a father in this context.
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Oleksandr Polivodskyy has analysed key judgments of the ECHR in land disputes
In addition to the national legal provisions governing land-related relations, conclusions of the European Court of Human Rights are critical to the adjudication of land-related disputes by courts. And this is not only about judgments the ECHR delivers against the Ukrainian state.
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