We help you to choose the best organization for your couple

Sensitive to the issue of couples and new forms of family, GMH has a team specialized in dealing with issues specific to union and disunion, whether they are couples who choose to live in common-law, pacsed or married unions. This team is able to assist couples in choosing the most appropriate way to organize their assets when they settle, invest or develop a professional project. It also knows how to accompany them in the delicate phase of the break-up and to envisage with them the most relevant solutions.

The notaries in charge of this department

François Burneau

Civil law notary & Partner

François BURNEAU joined GMH notaires in 2012. He was appointed as a notary on March 8, 2013.
Before joining GMH notaires, François worked in family law departments as an assistant notary in the OURY-NARBEY-FONTAINE & MARTIN law firm in PARIS 8 then in the POISSON-GROSSE & DUMONT law firm in PARIS 7.

He heads the family property law department of the Office. He has been a notary since 2005 and holds a master's degree in wealth management obtained from the University of CLERMONT-FERRAND in 2007.

He defended a dissertation on "Inheritance rights in an international context.

François is one of the twenty French civil law notaries holding the Certificate of Specialisation in International Law and chairs the Private International Law Commission of the "Chambre des notaires des Hauts de Seine"

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Constance Cochin

Civil law notary

Holder of a MASTER 2 in Corporate Notary Law obtained at the University of PARIS 2 - PANTHEON ASSAS.

Attached to the Divorce Department of the Family Property Law Department, she has a particular master's degree in matrimonial and pacsimonial regimes.

She joined GMH NOTARES in 2014.

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