Céline RICHARD holds a Master's degree in Labour Law (University Panthéon Assas Paris II) and a Master's degree in Marketing and Management (Institut Supérieur de Commerce de Paris). She followed a dual legal and marketing curriculum.
She has been a member of the Paris Bar since February 2010, and worked in a general practice where she acquired skills in labour and family law.
Céline RICHARD created her own firm in 2013 and decided to devote herself exclusively to family property and non-pecuniary law. At the same time, she worked as a lecturer in family law at the Université de Nanterre Paris X from 2014 to 2016.
She co-founded Familynks with Josephine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER in January 2019.
More specifically, Céline RICHARD defends the interests of an expatriate clientele on all their family and property issues. She is the author of articles dedicated to international family law for the Union des Français de l'Etranger (ufe.org).
A trained practitioner in the Collaborative Law Process, she is a member of the French Association of Collaborative Law Practitioners (droit-collaboratig.org).
She is also a member of the Institute of Family Law and Property Law.
Joséphine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER holds a DEA in private law (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I) where she completed her thesis in family law. She was admitted to the Paris Bar in October 2008.
Passionate about property and non-pecuniary family law, both in domestic law and in private international law, Josephine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER decided, from the beginning of her professional practice, to devote her entire activity to this area.
She began her first collaboration with a family law firm, BWG Associés, and then created her own firm in 2013. At the same time, she worked as a lecturer in family law at the Université de Paris X. Based on this experience, Joséphine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER co-founded Familynks with Céline RICHARD in January 2019.
Joséphine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER is a member of the Family Commission of the Paris Bar.
Trained in the Collaborative Law Process, she is a member of the French Association of Collaborative Law Practitioners (droit-collaboratig.org).
She regularly participates in various training courses for lawyers or professionals in family law and is an author for the Gazette du Palais specialising in family law.
Marie-Camille LALOYE holds a Master's degree in private law (Université de Paris XI) and was admitted to the Paris Bar in December 2018.
Passionate about the human and technical aspects of family law, Marie-Camille LALOYE decided, very quickly, to devote her activity to this area.
She did a first internship, over a period of two years and in parallel with her university studies, with firms specialising in family law before sharing her passion with students at the Université de Paris XI, as a lecturer.
In addition, she was also able to see the judicial processing of cases by the magistrates while she was working as a judicial assistant at the Juvenile Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal.
On the strength of these experiences, Marie-Camille LALOYE joined the firm of Joséphine TILLAYE-DUVERDIER and Céline RICHARD in January 2018 during her final internship at the EFB (School of Professional Training of the Bars of the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal) where she continues her collaboration.