Marjet Groenleer has been active in family law for more than 15 years. Her focus is on (international) divorces, in particular the financial aspects thereof. She is a member of the Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS) and a deputy judge at the Courts of Appeal Amsterdam, family law section.
Marjet is committed and driven, both towards her clients as well as in her field of expertise. She publishes regularly in professional journals and keeps you informed of the various complex aspects of international divorces with her weblogs. Marjet advises on alimony, settlement of prenuptial agreements or the division of the community property. She assists many entrepreneurs with their financially complex divorces. In addition she handles child abduction and relocation cases. In the past few years her case load has become increasingly more international. She assists many expats with their divorce. This refers to both non-Dutch residents in The Netherlands as well as to Dutch nationals living abroad. Marjet specializes in finalizing financially complex matters with different jurisdictions.
You can contact her for (international) divorces (including expats and entrepreneurs), the financial aspects of divorce, settlement of a prenuptial agreement, division of community property, alimony, child abduction proceedings, relocation, parenting plan and mediation.
Lawyer family law at GMW advocaten
Deputy judge at the Courts of Appeal Amsterdam, family law section
Teacher international private law, Leiden University
Lawyer family law at RWV Advocaten Leiden
Judicial Clerk Courts of Appeal The Hague, family law section
Dutch law and notarial law, Leiden University
Training divorce mediator (BOS)
Legal training vFAS
Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS)
Association for International Child Abduction Lawyers
International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL)
Deputy Judge at the Court of Appeals in Amsterdam, section family law
Publisher at the Telegraaf
Editor at knowledgebase Split-online
Annotator for 8 years at the magazine Juristiction Family Law (RFR)
Member commission alimony allowance at vFAS