Private and Family Law
Making the choice to get a divorce comes with many emotions. Who gets to keep the house, how will the household contents be divided? When there are children involved, it is vital to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible for them. We can support you with advice on private and family law. Think of things like a contact arrangement, the division of the estate or alimony.
Inheritance law is also part of the field of private and family law. Inheritance law comes into play when a deceased person does not have a will. Based on consanguinity, partners and children are the first to claim the inheritance. Should they also be deceased, other groups qualify for the inheritance. De division of an inheritance oftentimes leads to conflict because certain heirs can feel disadvantaged. We’ll gladly assist you in making sure these conflicts are resolved smoothly, to ensure that delicate and emotional matters are dealt with quickly and effectively.
Common problem areas
- Separation of property involving companies and businesses
- Alimony matters