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Due to the ongoing lockdown, all on-site advice centers will be closed at least until April 18th, 2021. Consultations take place exclusively in the MhM headquarters - and only by phone.
To do this, register at 040 431 394-0.
You are also welcome to use our online advice service: email@example.com.
You don't need an appointment for quick and simple questions. You can simply call us on the legal phone 040 431 394-77, whose hours we have extended due to the contact restrictions. Please refer to our advisory calendar for all currently valid advisory offers.
Our consulting concept
The four elements
The main elements of our advice are explained in the boxes below. This will help you to find out which advice is the right one for you. In most cases, the first step in dealing with your problem is to go to the local consultation hours or to the head office. In contrast to the usual precautionary measures, registration is currently required*. For short, simple questions, the legal telephone or online advice is the right place for you. You can always make individual appointments with the MhM team if your problem is very complex or if correspondence about MhM is urgently indicated.
*Please note the current changes due to Corona
If you have any questions regarding tenancy law, you are best advised to visit one of our advice centres. Let our tenancy law lawyers advise you on site during our office hours.
Non-members can join directly on site.
The legal phone is switched on for you every day at the times specified. It is suitable for simple questions that do not require a review of correspondence, photos or documents.
Please have your membership number ready.
Our online consultation is well suited for simple questions. You can also attach correspondence here. We will respond promptly and comprehensively.
Please state your telephone number here.
Do you have a special topic or would you like a detailed consultation? In a confidential conversation we will take the time for your request.
If necessary, further appointments can follow.