Bringing up a child is never easy, but specific problems can arise when a child is growing up in two households after a divorce. If the rules in both homes are different, then tensions and disputes can grow. In most
Co-parenting in different countries after divorce – how a Dutch parenting plan can be adapted for long distance relationships
Dutch law requires that parents draw up a parenting plan (“ouderschapsplan“) for the future care of their children before they can file for divorce. The parenting plan must contain future care arrangements, communication and financials regarding the children. However, the
On the 21st of May, the upper chamber of the Dutch parliament approved sweeping changes to Dutch spousal alimony law. So, what’s new?
As a parent you want to keep up a meaningful and nurturing relationship with your children after a divorce. But what if your ex-partner constantly refuses to give you consent to go on holidays with your children? Or refuses to
Traditionally the answer to this question would be no, alimony is not equivalent to paying admittance to your children, but a contribution to their education and upbringing. However, many divorced parents find it very unfair having to pay monthly maintenance
As of the 1st of February 2019 a new legal player will arrive in Rotterdam. Our new law firm, specialised in international divorce law and family law for high net worth individuals, takes a no nonsense approach. No stuffy suits
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