Oksana has been practicing law since 2001.
Advises private clients on all aspects of family and inheritance law, private wealth management.
IAFL representative in Ukraine.
Expert in labour and employment law.
Exclusive representative in Ukraine of Ius Laboris, the largest global alliance of leading labour law firms.
A member of the American Employment Law Council (AELC).
Mediator accredited by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), London, UK.
Labour and Employment,
Private Client and Wealth Management
Traveling, cooking, floristry
Global cosmetics company
National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine
The impact of war on a nation extends far beyond the battlefield, seeping into the very fabric of society and the lives of its people. Within this context, family law takes on a profound significance, addressing not only the intricacies of divorce and custody, but also the protection and well-being of vulnerable children and families caught in the tumultuous wake of conflict.
On December 7th, 2022, the Japan Federation of Bar Associations hold a seminar. Oksana Voynarovska was a guest speaker at the event talking about the current situation of legal community in Ukraine. Here are some key issues from the speech.
Emergency settings, such as warfare, often reveal practical drawbacks of the legislation, surplus bureaucracy regarding documents, or a complete inability to obtain particular services. Yet they also shed light on modern and digital solutions that will last even after the cessation of hostilities. Thus, amidst the initial collapse and current challenges, family law is adjusting so that it is able to respond to the war and to effectively regulate family relations.
Starting on 24 February 2022 the war in Ukraine demonstrates that children are the most vulnerable population due to their age, inability to protect themselves and fragile mental health. Right now, there is no safe place for children in Ukraine.