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Angela Sluijs

Mr. A.B. (Angela) Sluijs

Angela Sluijs has been a lawyer for more than 20 years and she is also a divorce mediator. She is specialised in family and inheritance law. The characteristics of her method of working are her expertise, her commitment and her reliability. These are important characteristics, because in her field it concerns real people with real problems.
Angela had a thorough training and has ample experience in all fields of family and inheritance law, ranging from divorces, care arrangements and issues concerning maintenance to disputes about the division of property, both after a divorce and death. She prefers to strive for a solution by mutual agreement, especially when a divorce involves children. During the divorce mediation process, Angela will try and find – together with her clients – room for improving the communication between the two parties. She won’t lose sight of the emotions of and interests for both parties. If necessary, and in your interest, Angela will act for you as a litigation lawyer.
Angela lives in Oegstgeest and in addition to her work, she is active both in sport and in society and is a member of various networking associations. If desired, she makes it possible to plan meetings at location outside our offices or outside The Hague (for instance in Oegstgeest, where she lives). There are no charges for a thirty-minute preliminary interview.
Angela is:
specialised in family law and a member of vFAS, the Dutch association for family law lawyers and divorce mediators;
specialised in inheritance law and completed the vFAS specialist training in inheritance law; a member of the Association of Inheritance lawyers of the Netherlands (VEAN);MfN-register mediator (former NMI, Netherlands Mediation Institute), with a Family Mediation accreditation and regularly conducts mediation procedures in the fields of family and inheritance law after a reference from the mediation bureau of the district court;
a member of the Vereniging Familie- en Jeugdrecht, the Dutch Family and Juvenile Law Association.

Angela had registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas:

Family law

Inheritance law

Based on this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.

E-mail: sluijs@chambersadvocaten.nl