Sirel  Partners Law Firm
Kadrioru Plaza

Vesivärava 50

10126 Tallinn, Estonia

Tel: +372 606 9600

Fax: +372 606 9601










Practice areas

Sirel & Partners provides its clients legal consultation in all legal fields, specializing chiefly in private law.

We serve our clients in Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish and Turkish.

More detailed information on the services provided in our primary fields of activity is available by clicking on the respective field on the left.

International directory on the top law firms Legal500 recommends the Law Firm Sirel & Partners especially in the following areas of practice: banking and finance, commercial law, M&A, intellectual property law, IT and telecommunication law, real estate and construction law. 

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Lawyer Silvia-Anna has joined Sirel & Partners


We are happy to announce that our legal team has welcomed a new member! Lawyer Silvia-Anna Gerontidi joined us on March 15th 2021.
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Turgay Kuleli is organizing a business webinar for Turkish investors introducing Estonian business environment on 03.09.2020


Our advisor Turgay Kuleli is organizing a business webinar on 03.09.2020 along with Enterprise Estonia (EAS), Turkish Embassy in Estonia and Estonian Embassy in Turkey.
The webinar will introduce business environment and trade possibilities in Estonia focusing mainly on agriculture - stock breeding, meat processing and dairy farming.

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Sirel & Partners – Law Firm is expanding its team of partners.


Our newest addition to the circle of partners is Attorney at Law Kristel Viru.
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The Employer has the right to reduce wages down to an existing official minimum wage.


The Estonian Government has declared an emergency situation concerning with the spread of coronavirus since March 12, 2020.
The economic environment has changed drastically, and many employers find themselves in a position where they are faced with dramatic drop in demand and are looking for ways to reduce labor costs.
Looking at long-term solutions redundancies are the answer, short-term however it is possible to temporarily reduce the wages of existing personnel down to official minimum wage.
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Is the breach of obligations excusable in light of COVID-19?


Since March 12, an emergency situation was declared by an Estonian Goverment due to the spread of coronavirus. The whole economic environment has changed dramatically and a great number of enterprises are faced with the ruthless truth of not being able to fulfill their contractual and non-contractual oblgations. A question of what can be done to protect ones company and legal rights is being asked by many right now.
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