Each year, there are more than 6,000 domestic violence-related criminal cases in Hungary, but the vast majority go unreported. Usually, mothers and their children live in fear because they do not want to cope with the burdensome criminal justice system.
The Feny Haza Foundation opened its doors on March 20, 1995, and has since assisted hundreds of families by providing sanctuary to mothers and their children who are victims of domestic violence. The Feny Haza Foundation provides mothers and their children with shelter, support, protection, and other services.
We are pleased to provide pro bono services to the Feny Haza Foundation of the Salvation Army.
Click here to find out more about the Feny Haza Foundation.
Our Core Values
The KNP LAW Difference
Client First Approach
We provide solutions for current and anticipated problems through mutual collaboration between our team and yours. We solve and alleviate the legal obstacle.
Our team consists of attorneys trained in several countries, including the United States, Germany, and France.
We are a firm built on cooperation and collaboration not only with our clients – but internally within our firm.
KNP LAW has a unique position among law firms in Hungary. In most cases, our size and experience exceed that of large international firms with offices in Hungary, and our leadership and management team is local with extensive international experience.
Our team consists of attorneys trained around the globe, enabling us to provide unique insight into matters involving the United States, the European Union, and the rest of the world. This allows us to build on the expertise of our specific practice areas to find efficient solutions based on combined years of practice in numerous fields. In a constantly evolving and changing legal environment, ensuring that our team is ready to assist with a global perspective is essential. We adapt and address issues as they arise and react to changes in the market and economies without the need to answer to an oversight committee based in a third country.