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      By Peggy Franssen If you live in the Netherlands as an expat family and one of the parents decides to move back to their home country with the children, there are some obstacles you may encounter. Here are a few things you should bear in mind, and - in the case of a conflict between parents - [...]

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      Attorney Peggy Franssen has published an article on the website IamExpat dealing with the legal issues expat parents may encounter when they are going through a divorce or separation from the other parent. To read it, click on the link: [...]

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      Our family lawyer, Peggy Franssen, wrote an article about things to keep in mind when getting a divorce as an expat in the Netherlands, such as: rules concerning your residence permit, rules concerning parental authority, rules concerning relocation, the registration of your foreign marriage [...]

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      Planning on getting married? According to Dutch law you automatically get married in community of property unless you’ve made a prenuptial agreement. If you’re unaware of this, you and your future spouse could be confronted with major problems. If one of you has a debt, for example, both of you [...]

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