Marloes is a specialized family law (collaborative) lawyer and divorce mediator. Because of her affinity with numbers, she works a lot with entrepreneurs. Seeing her economic background and years of work experience, she is well versed in understanding financial statements and prenuptial agreements. This is important for determining the alimony as well as for the settlement of the assets.
Marloes is flexible, easy to reach and thorough. Working with her is a pleasant experience. In consultation, she sets a goal and makes every effort to achieve it. This requires creativity and above all professionalism. Good agreements go further than just implementing agreements that were sometimes made decades ago. Based on the current situation, Marloes strives, in consultation with her clients, to reach agreements that do justice to the past years but also to the future. Her strength lies in bringing interests to the surface rather than positions. If the interests are clear, an honest conversation can be held for an optimal result.
Agreements must be sustainable and in the best interest of the children. Every divorce deserves an approach with that in mind. Agreements can be made in consultation with the other party’s lawyer (traditional way), in consultation with the parties (mediation) or in a team with professionals (collaborative divorce). Litigation is sometimes necessary. Then, too, the creation of lasting agreements and the interests of the children are paramount.
Marloes has been working for De Boorder since May 2012. Before that, she worked for over three years at Schipper Noordam advocaten in Rotterdam. On an international level, Marloes gained knowledge during her exchange at Inseec Grande école de Commerce in Paris and at the University of North Carolina, Law school. As a lawyer and mediator, Marloes is a member of the Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS) and the Association of Collaborative Professionals (VVCP).
Marloes lives with her husband and three children in Amsterdam.View LinkedIn Profile
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