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Annette van Keulen

Mr. J.A. (Annette) van Keulen

As a mediator or (collaborative) divorce lawyer and with humour, warmth and commitment, Annette van Keulen tries to give her clients a perspective on a new future when they are at a turning point in their lives by offering them expert individual, lasting solutions.

Annette has been a lawyer for 40 years and is still as enthusiastic as when she started. Already during her studies at Rotterdam Erasmus University, she showed an interest in subjects such as psychology and social psychology, child psychiatry and juvenile law. She has acquired further skills in communicating with children. She lives in Rotterdam and approaches issues in her dynamic, practical, typically Rotterdam way.

Since 1995, Annette has been an (vFAS) (Dutch association of family law lawyers and divorce mediators) mediator and has brought many mediation processes to a favourable conclusion. She feels very strongly about the legal quality of her work as a mediator. Annette has not been litigating much the past few years and helps her clients to solve any problems by consulting the opposing party and without legal proceedings.

In 2008, she was one of the initiators of the Dutch Collaborative Divorce Association. Through her work, Annette has many international contacts, also as the president of the European Network for Collaborative Practice, ENCP.

Since 2005, Annette has enjoyed being a deputy judge at the Family Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal approximately once a month.

The first 30 minutes of an interview are free of charge. It is also possible to make appointments outside office hours or in Rotterdam.

E-mail: keulen@chambersadvocaten.nl

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Annette taught at the Beroepsopleiding advocatuur (professional training for the legal profession) where divorce was her subject. Within the scope of new professional training programmes, she taught ethics and skills. She co-wrote the syllabus on taxation and divorce and taught these subjects, together with matrimonial property law, for the training programme of the collaborative divorce association.

For almost 20 years, Annette was involved in the Raad van Discipline (Board of Discipline) in The Hague as acting clerk, which means she has a thorough knowledge of disciplinary law.

Annette was a member of the vFAS committee on bottlenecks concerning Trema standards (Commissie Knelpunten Tremanormen) for years. This committee takes a close and critical look at the problems legal professionals experience in practice with the maintenance standards created by case law.

Annette wrote suggestions related to case law for a professional magazine on family law (Rechtspraak Familierecht). In 1985 she wrote Echtscheidingsprocesdossier [Record of the divorce process], which has run into three editions and was published by publishing house Ars Aequi Libri.

Annette likes to travel and has been all over the world. Her travelling experiences are an inspiration to her.z

As a mediator or (collaborative) divorce lawyer and with humour, warmth and commitment, Annette van Keulen tries to give her clients a perspective on a new future when they are at a turning point in their lives by offering them expert individual, lasting solutions.
Annette has been a lawyer for 40 years and is still as enthusiastic as when she started. Already during her studies at Rotterdam Erasmus University, she showed an interest in subjects such as psychology and social psychology, child psychiatry and juvenile law. She has acquired further skills in communicating with children. She lives in Rotterdam and approaches issues in her dynamic, practical, typically Rotterdam way.

Since 1995, Annette has been an (vFAS) (Dutch association of family law lawyers and divorce mediators) mediator and has brought many mediation processes to a favourable conclusion. She feels very strongly about the legal quality of her work as a mediator. Annette has not been litigating much the past few years and helps her clients to solve any problems by consulting the opposing party and without legal proceedings.

In 2008, she was one of the initiators of the Dutch Collaborative Divorce Association. Through her work, Annette has many international contacts, also as the president of the European Network for Collaborative Practice, ENCP.

Since 2005, Annette has enjoyed being a deputy judge at the Family Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal approximately once a month.

The first 30 minutes of an interview are free of charge. It is also possible to make appointments outside office hours or in Rotterdam.

E-mail: keulen@chambersadvocaten.nl

Would you like to know more? Please scroll down.

Annette taught at the Beroepsopleiding advocatuur (professional training for the legal profession) where divorce was her subject. Within the scope of new professional training programmes, she taught ethics and skills. She co-wrote the syllabus on taxation and divorce and taught these subjects, together with matrimonial property law, for the training programme of the collaborative divorce association.

For almost 20 years, Annette was involved in the Raad van Discipline (Board of Discipline) in The Hague as acting clerk, which means she has a thorough knowledge of disciplinary law.

Annette was a member of the vFAS committee on bottlenecks concerning Trema standards (Commissie Knelpunten Tremanormen) for years. This committee takes a close and critical look at the problems legal professionals experience in practice with the maintenance standards created by case law.

Annette wrote suggestions related to case law for a professional magazine on family law (Rechtspraak Familierecht). In 1985 she wrote Echtscheidingsprocesdossier [Record of the divorce process], which has run into three editions and was published by publishing house Ars Aequi Libri.
Annette likes to travel and has been all over the world. Her travelling experiences are an inspiration to her.

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