On Rijksoverheid, it is stated that from 1 January 2023, the bill on recognition and joint custody linked, will come into force.
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15 December 2022 in Family law
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Much has been written and said about the filing privilege. The Chamber of Commerce, for example, provides information about it through its website. It is not really possible to report anything new about it. However, we thought it would be useful, especially now that we are approaching the end of the year, to once again put things in compact order: who has an obligation to file, what exactly is it and what does it entail, and when must it be fulfilled. Here are the findings:
According to Dutch law, as a stepparent you are obliged to contribute to the costs of your stepchild(ren). When are you legally a stepparent and when are you maintenance obligated for your stepchild(ren)? And is the stepparent's maintenance obligation the same as that of the legal/biological parent(s)? These questions are answered in this blog.
No one marries with the idea of divorcing each other at some point, yet 7.8 out of every 1,000 marriages stranded in 2021. After kicking off the dust, people then move on and sometimes that includes a new partner, or the new partner was already there and may even have been one of the reasons for the divorce (whether in the ex-partner's eyes or not). How do ex-spouses deal with this and what can you expect from your ex-partner in this regard?
2 December 2022 in Contract law
14 July 2022 in Compliance
The Dutch Financial Intelligence Unit Netherlands (FIU) has published its annual report for 2021. As in previous years, there is a list of the number of reports per reporting group. The number of reports made by lawyers fell slightly in comparison with previous years. Lawyers reported 13 unusual transactions. These reports were made by nine different law firms. In 9 cases, the transaction was a so-called 'suspicious transaction'.
Blog Bas Martens and Suzanne Hendrickx
19 October 2021 in International