Maaike Goes studied Dutch criminal law and administrative law at the University of Utrecht. She obtained a masters degree for both studies in 2008. Maaike was sworn in as a lawyer in 2009 and then worked at a prestigious law firm in Utrecht. In 2012, Maaike set up a practice as a lawyer in Amersfoort where she worked as a partner at Labee Advocaten (which later became ‘Keistad Advocaten’). As per 1 September Maaike practices law at Van As Advocaten in Vianen, the Netherlands.
Following an initial orientation phase covering a wide variety of areas of the law, Maaike specialised in law of persons and family law. She attended a legal specialisation course for family law of the Dutch Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS) to that effect, which she completed with honours. Maaike excels at finding the best way to understand personal and sometimes emotional situations concerning family law, and to solve these in a business-like manner. She represents both private persons and corporate organisations, while she is no stranger to entrepreneurship herself. As such, she has widescale knowledge of financial and tax issues. Maaike also specialises in complex matters regarding alimony and she is broadly experienced in handling financial affairs in divorce cases and legal separations (the division of marital community property and completing prenuptial and/or postnuptial agreements). She is a highly skilled lawyer where custody and contact arrangements are concerned. Are you prepared to solve the dispute together? As an expert mediator, Maaike provides guidance to parties in making arrangements and solving problems.
Besides her family law practice, Maaike also runs a general civil law (litigation) practice, with the emphasis on law of obligations and business law.
If you are in search of a dedicated, inspired and competent lawyer, then Maaike is the person you should meet. If you would like to get acquainted with her, you may do so free from obligation by contacting her.
- Dutch Law – constitutional and administrative law and criminal law (Utrecht University)
- Dutch Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators – legal course family law
- Dutch Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators – legal specialisation course for family law (with honours)
- Dutch Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators – mediation course
- Member of the Dutch Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS)