Family Lawyers

Browse our directory of Dutch law firms to find a lawyer in the Netherlands specializing in expat legal services, including family law, inheritance and estate planning, property and tenancy law, and more.

SCG Advocaten

Family Lawyers

Working on finding a sustainable solution, focusing on the future together with her client: this is the way Carlijn van der Vegt-Boshouwers from SCG Lawyers likes to advise and inform you in family law matters, such as maintenance, care arrangements, divisions and…

Pallas Attorneys-at-Law

Family Lawyers

Specialists in employment law and labor law A boutique law firm with an international focus Are you looking for a strategic partner in employment law or employee representation/participation law? Pallas Attorneys-at-Law is an expert in employment law and labor law…

Blenheim

Family Lawyers

Blenheim is a Netherlands law firm in Amsterdam, Holland, specialized in Dutch corporate law, business law in The Netherlands and matters of international trade under Dutch law. Blenheim’s Dutch attorneys provide a wide range of legal services in Holland regarding…

Legal Expat Desk

Family Lawyers

Legal Expat Desk is a law firm that provides the expat community with information about Dutch law and legal advice. They connect internationals living in The Netherlands with English-speaking lawyers.

Fieldfisher

Family Lawyers

Fieldfisher is a European law firm with more than 1,550 people working across 25 offices. Their team in Amsterdam specializes in corporate law, data protection, insolvency and dispute resolution.  

Everaert Advocaten

Family Lawyers

Everaert Advocaten is one of the leading firms that specializes in migration law in the Netherlands. They provide expert legal advice in Dutch and English, and can also support clients in German, French, Spanish and Mandarin.  

Mynta Law

Family Lawyers

Mynta Law is a law firm in The Hague that provides expert advice to individuals and companies. They have a multilingual team of international experts that speak Chinese, Dutch and English.