Having had her own firm in Amsterdam for many years, Margreet Ruijgrok joined Van Hilten Advocaten & Mediators per 1 January 2017. She is both a lawyer-partner and managing partner at the firm's Amsterdam branch.
Margreet has nearly thirty years' experience as a lawyer and extensive experience as a mediator. She specialises in inheritance law and family law and has been a member of the association for Family Law Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vereniging Familierecht Advocaten Scheidingsmediators, vFAS) since 1996. She completed the specialisation in inheritance law at the Law Practice Academy (Academie voor de Rechtspraktijk). Margreet is a skilled and driven professional, who will do her utmost best for her clients.
In one of her additional positions, Margreet is regional coordinator for the association for the vFAS for the Amsterdam region. She has also been a member of the Assembly of Delegates of the Amsterdam Bar Association since 2011. Margreet is married and has two children.
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"Many thanks for your input. You have been a great help in making me put things into perspective again. Also, thank you for your patience. Whenever I started to doubt or felt insecure, you helped me think and explained the situation to me. That was an enormous help."
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"I want to thank you for your efforts, your help and your advice in my case. I am often very happy, and grateful to you, for having a broad visitation agreement and a great, positive relationship with my daughter."
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"How is it possible that you, the fourth law firm, did end up being able to reach a settlement? Now I can move on again. Once again, thank you so much."
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Many thanks for all your efforts."