Irene (I.) Kroezen
Irene has been employed by Delissen Martens since March 2019. She focuses on the international aspects of the family law practice. Irene provides advice in various international case dossiers concerning divorce, maintenance cases, matters relating to matrimonial property law and disputes about the children.
Irene has been interested in family law since she started her law studies. And international family law has inspired her in particular when she was engaged in matters relating to international child abduction. Irene is aware that issues pertaining to family law with international aspects require a different, more specialist approach. In this context it is necessary to give consideration to the cultural differences between parents and spouses.
In 2015, Irene has successfully completed the master’s programme in private law successfully at the University of Amsterdam. After graduating, Irene has been for some years employed by the International Child Abduction Centre, where she was engaged in cross border mediation, giving legal advice and European projects concerning child abduction. Irene has studied mediation more closely by following a basic training course. Before taking up employment with Delissen Martens, Irene has been employed by the Court of Appeal in The Hague as a legal assistant. As a result she has gained insight in the manner in which judicial family-law decisions are made.
University of Amsterdam, 2015
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