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A life will regulates who should take care of your assets if you are no longer able to do so while you are still living.

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If you want to separate without too much argument, the notary can tell you exactly what was previously agreed.

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Good advice is at least as important as defining the agreements

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“Where there is a need for certainty, legal knowledge and impartiality, the Civil Law Notary comes into the spotlight.”

Family and Inheritance law

mr. Koen van den Berg

Koen (1985) graduated from the Radboud University in Nijmegen in 2010 and has been working at Olenz since then. As a specialist within the (international) family and inheritance law, he is busy on a daily basis advising on and planning the transition between different generations (Estate Planning).

Part of this is the definition of these opinions in, for example, social contracts, marital terms, wills, agreements and other documents that may be necessary. Emotional aspects are a natural part of this.

He has extensive experience in the settlement of complex (international) estates.

Civil law notary at Olenz
Dutch, English, German, Spanish
  • Notarieel recht, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (2010)
  • Beroepsopleiding notariaat (2013)
  • Grotius specialisatieopleiding Estate Planning (Cum Laude) (2015)
  • CLT International STEP Certificate in International Trust Management (with distinction) (2018)
  • CLT International STEP Advanced Certificate in Cross-Border Estates (with distinction) (2019)
Side activities

  • lid ringbestuur Midden-Nederland van de Koninklijke Notariële Beroepsorganisatie
  • redactiemedewerker Rechtspraak Notariaat
  • lid Vereniging van Estate Planners in het Notariaat
  • lid Ronde Tafel Veenendaal
  • lid Register Estate Planners
  • Affiliate member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)