My roots as a lawyer lie in insolvency and business law. Since 2008, I have been focusing on property – everything related to renting and buying in particular – drawing up, assessing and litigating on rental contracts and purchase agreements. I have completed the in-depth course of the Association of Tenancy Lawyers (VHA) and being a member of this association keeps my knowledge up to date.
I advise and litigate, mainly for entrepreneurs. My work consists of puzzling and analysis, and as far as I’m concerned cases can’t be complicated enough! It is my task to ascertain whether we have identified the real problem or whether there is an underlying issue. I discuss this with my client, and together we decide on the best solution, ensuring that the door is always open for a good deal.
If we don’t reach a deal or the case is taking too long I will delve into my treasure trove of legal weapons and pull out a tactical option, such as attachment, preliminary relief proceedings or bankruptcy applications ─ whatever is necessary to enforce the claim. I love procedural law!
One maxim I live by is ‘what’s life without laughter?’ To relax, I need to be active – windsurfing, running, motor cycling and biking – I can’t sit still. Adrenaline in the machine!
- VHA: Association of tenancy law lawyers
- Dutch law
- Insolvency law for Banks
- Grotius Insolvency law
- VHA specialist training
Register Of Fields Of Law
I am registered in the register of areas of legal practice of the Netherlands Bar for the following principal and secondary legal areas:
- Law of obligations
- Tenancy law
This registration obliges me to obtain ten training points for each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards of the Netherlands Bar.