children

As a parent, you are especially concerned about the well being of your children during your divorce. We discuss with you how your children can be affected as little as possible. For example, how can you best break the news that their parents are getting a divorce? In the role of mediator, we often have a conversation with the children. Research by [Kinderombudsman] and other sources shows that it is important to give children a voice during the divorce. This makes it possible to take their wishes into account. We work closely together with child advocates and child psychologists. In doing so, we can provide children with extra help or support when they need it. Also, we consider the distribution of care and the cost of care for the children. Sometimes an existing care arrangement or child support payment plan require adjusting. We are happy to do this for you.

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finances

How tight will my budget be? What will happen to our company? How much will I get? How much will I have to pay? What is fair? Will I be able to make ends meet after the divorce?

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children

How much time will the children spend with me after the divorce? And with my ex-partner? How can I make sure my children get through this with as little damage as possible?

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international

I live abroad; can I get divorced in The Netherlands? Can I take my children with me when I return to The Netherlands? Can I take my children with me to live abroad?

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company

Will my company be compromised? Can I keep my business out of the divorce? What are my obligations? What am I entitled to?

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alimony

Do I have to pay spousal support? How do we share the costs for the children? How can I change the alimony payments? How much am I entitled to?

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