Dylan is a dedicated lawyer working in the fields of family law and inheritance. He works diligently and with a focus on the outcome.
Dylan advises his clients, mediates and represents them in court proceedings. He works on complex divorces, settling prenuptial agreements, the division of commonly held property and first name changes. In recent years he has become a specialist in maintenance cases, both within and outside divorce proceedings. Additionally, Dylan has always paid attention to the interests of children.
Dylan deals with a wide range of inheritance cases. These cover issues such as establishing the statutory share, property rights (usufruct), the powers and dismissal of executors, and the appointment of liquidators. He is engaged not only by individuals, but also by professional parties.
Dylan also gives lectures to large organisations and publishes in professional journals. His interest in football has also led Dylan to blog regularly about legal developments within the sport.
Lawyer at GMW lawyers
Leiden University, The Netherlands
– Moot court competition cum laude
University of California, Hastings College of the Law
– ”The influence of social media on family law”, D.G. Bertsch, december 2015, Relatierecht en Praktijk (REP) journal Contents REP no. 8 – December 2015 .
– “Main residence of children after divorce: sensible instrument or source of conflict?”, D.G. Bertsch and E. Loeb, September 2016, Relatierecht en Praktijk (REP) journal, no. 6 – September 2016.