Estate Planning

All high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs (oftentimes DGAs) will sooner or later face questions regarding the (international) transfer of their assets. These are sometimes difficult, but always personal and important questions. It is important that you can rely on your family office and experienced notaries and lawyers, who combine a personal approach with sound and clear legal advice.

Notarial advice and estate planning

The (deputy) civil law notaries of LexQuire have a great deal of experience in estate planning, both within the Netherlands and in cross-border situations. We have an eye for detail and all the legal aspects that come with good estate planning. As our specialists are also specialised in company & corporate law, we can also include the corporate law aspects of your business in our advice.

International and multidisciplinary advice

Our specialists are fluent in Dutch, German, French, Romanian and English, both orally and in writing.

If your situation so requires, our (deputy) civil-law notaries work closely with our tax specialists in estate planning. Good estate planning involves not only inheritance law and matrimonial property law, but also tax law (e.g. inheritance and gift tax, but also income and corporate tax). In addition, we have an (international) network of professional partners, such as accountants and financial advisers. As your one-stop-shop, we are thus able to provide you with multidisciplinary advice on your estate planning.

Would you like to meet one of our (deputy) civil-law notaries or lawyers? Feel free to reach out to us. We are at your service.

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