Termination of cohabitation

Not only divorce evokes the necessary emotions.

That is obviously also the case if your relationship / partnership ends.

Key considerations

Ending your partnership can have consequences. Do you have a valid cohabitation agreement ? Are there under-age children? These are some questions that you should think about. If necessary our specialist lawyers can assist you in a professional manner with drawing up a parenting plan. But we will also gladly assist you with making arrangements as to child support, dividing your possessions or the ownership or rental of your home.

How we can help

GMW lawyers is experienced in assisting partners who choose to go their separate ways. When partners break up the law does not always provide a clear answer. We listen and endeavour to ensure that the relationship with your ex-partner can be continued in a positive way in the future. That is also in the interests of the children. Although you are no longer partners, you remain parents.

GMW lawyers can assist you with ending your partnership both in the role of lawyer as well as in the role of mediator, which can take place on behalf of both parties. Our team is also highly skilled in assisting entrepreneurs. It is possible that (no) arrangements have been made in that respect in the cohabitation agreement.

More information

GMW lawyers will be happy to help you with all your family law and divorce-related legal issues. If you have any questions, please contact us directly using the enquiry form below or +31 (0)70 3615048. Our family lawyers will be happy to support and advise you.

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