Curriculum Vitae

Lawyer

Expertises

Family law
Inheritance law

Education

Master of Law, Utrecht University
International private law, The National University of Singapore

Memberships

Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS)

Languages

Dutch
English

Stephanie Hasselaar-Veltkamp

Stephanie Hasselaar-Veltkamp works as a lawyer within the Family & Inheritance Law section.

She is involved in all aspects of Family law, including divorce proceedings, divisions of the estate, settlement of prenuptial agreements and cohabitation contracts, drawing up a parenting plan, determining or amending child maintenance or spousal maintenance, determining or amending visitation rights, establishing and denying paternity, amending of parental authority, rule of majority, mentorship, guardianship, supervision orders or custodial placements.

In addition, Hasselaar-Veltkamp deals with issues within the law of succession, in particular the interpretation or validity of a will (disposition of will), the division of the estate, the liquidation of an estate by a liquidator, the duties of the executor, the legitimate portion, legacies, beneficial acceptance of an inheritance, the position of legitimate holders in the legal division, rights of will, accountability and the inventory.

Netherlands Bar – register of legal practice areas
Stephanie Hasselaar-Veltkamp Stephanie Hasselaar-Veltkamp is a member of the vFAS (Association of Family and Inheritance Lawyers Divorce Mediators). In addition, she has registered the following legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

  • Family law
  • Inheritance law

This registration obliges him to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.

Articles

5 February 2024

What information does a forced heir receive?

A forced heir needs information to calculate their statutory share. They are entitled to inspect and take copies of all documents they need to calculate their statutory share. What is the extent of this right?

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