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The Law of Persons and Family Law

In case you decide to file for a divorce, this choice will not be made without emotion. Questions such as, ‘who will keep the house?’, or, ‘how will your communal goods be split?’, will come to rise. In case children are involved, it is important to make this procedure as smooth as possible. We are able to support you though providing advice on persons and family law. This could for instance regard, division of the estate, alimony, visitation rights and so forth.

The law of succession also lies within the field of the law of persons and family law. This applies in case a deceased person has not drawn up a will. Due to bloodline-relations, the children and partner have priority in claiming the inheritance. However, in case they too are deceased, the next group of relatives shall be able to claim it. Splitting inheritances is regularly problematic due to heirs feeling disadvantaged or neglected. Therefore, we shall take these sensitive and emotional issues into consideration whilst supporting you in resolving the issue as effectively as possible.

Problem areas

  • Divorce/separation
  • Financial settlement involving companies or sole proprietorships
  • Maintenance
  • Parental responsibility, residence, and contact

Your specialist

mr. Valérie Kerckhoffs

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In case you decide to file for a divorce, this choice will not be made without emotion. Questions such as, ‘who will keep the house?’, or, ‘how will your communal goods be split?’, will come to rise. In case children are involved, it is important to make this procedure as smooth as possible. We are able to support you though providing advice on persons and family law. This could for instance regard, division of the estate, alimony, visitation rights and so forth.

The law of succession also lies within the field of the law of persons and family law. This applies in case a deceased person has not drawn up a will. Due to bloodline-relations, the children and partner have priority in claiming the inheritance. However, in case they too are deceased, the next group of relatives shall be able to claim it. Splitting inheritances is regularly problematic due to heirs feeling disadvantaged or neglected. Therefore, we shall take these sensitive and emotional issues into consideration whilst supporting you in resolving the issue as effectively as possible.

 

Probleemgebieden

  • Divorce/separation
  • Financial settlement involving companies or sole proprietorships
  • Maintenance
  • Parental responsibility, residence, and contact

Your specialist

mr. Valérie Kerckhoffs

Read my story? View my profile page.