Anoeska van Ginderen

Anoeska van Ginderen

Sworn date: 21th of February 2007

Is part of the section: family law, mediation

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  • About me

    Anoeska graduated cum laude from the VU University of Amsterdam in 2006, where she studied Dutch law and notarial law. After her studies, she joined Asselbergs & Klinkhamer Advocaten. Anoeska mainly handles cases concerning family law. She is familiar with all usual family law matters such as divorces, determination and alteration of maintenance, and procedures concerning access. Additionally, she has gained much experience in conducting custody and adoption proceedings, name changes and advising and assisting parents whose children have been placed under supervision and/or are under custodial emplacement.

  • Studies:

    • VU University of Amsterdam

    Connected to the office since: 2006

  • Specialist training:

    • Legal Specialist training Family law IMFO (Institute for Mediation and Family Law Studies)
    • Basic training Divorce Mediaton IMFO (Institute for Mediation and Family Law Studies)
    • Specialist training Divorce Mediaton IMFO (Institute for Mediation and Family Law Studies)
  • Memberships:

    • Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS)
  • Additional social functions:

    • Member of Okor Entrepreneurs’ association Oud Gastel & Roosendaal
    • Member of SME network (MKB Netwerk) Roosendaal
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  • What clients
    say about me

    Mrs van Ginderen took good account of my situation and the wishes therein. She helped and assisted me in a very pleasant way.

    — Carola Bakx

    I look back positively on the period that Anoeska van Ginderen has assisted me and what we have achieved.

    — Robert Fernandes

    It was a pleasant cooperation in a difficult time for me, in which I stood over the edge of the abyss. It is nice that someone is razor sharp now and then to look after my interests. But sometimes also to me, but I always had the impression that the human side was not lost sight of.

    — Guus Hanegraaf