A sensitive approach is needed when advising families on family law, such as the challenges pertaining to custody of children, the drawing-up of wills and marriage contracts, legal separation and divorce, the division of property and the administration of estates of deceased persons.
Today, couples often live together before getting married. Similarly, families often include children from previous relationships as well as joint children. Unfortunately, many marriages end in separation and divorce, and co-habiting couples split up before even getting married.
These family patterns are only reflected in legislation to a limited extent, for which reason family life also requires planning and agreements between the parties.
At TVC Law Firm, we focus on finding the right solution for individual families based on their specific needs. We have many years of experience and expertise in the fields of divorce, the division of matrimonial property and the administration of estates of deceased persons, and we offer the services of licensed administrators. In addition, we have considerable experience in helping divorcing parents make arrangements in relation to their children, offering also the services of a mediator.
When spouses separate or divorce, their property needs to be divided unless it is completely separate and there is no community of property and no assets are jointly owned.
After losing a next of kin, the surviving relatives face a large number of practical challenges which must be dealt with.
Not many consider who they trust to manage their personal and economic relations if they face critical illness or if a severe accident occurs.
Many marriages end in separation and/or divorce, with considerable implications for the parties involved – and not just of an emotional nature.