Marieke Morshuis

Marieke has been a family lawyer since her graduation of the University of Leiden in 1988. After being a lawyer with Wladimirov and Spong Advocaten for 10 years, she joined GMW advocaten in 2000.

Marieke has a particular interest in the ever complicated and intricate world of international inheritance law and she has been leading this section since 5 years. She is also involved in conducting proceedings and negotiations in complicated international divorce issues. In the break-up of relationships, she will achieve the best result whilst avoiding animosity wherever possible, looking after the interests of any children. She has a keen eye for the financial aspects of both inheritance and divorce issues and has established an excellent reputation in cases that require unusual close attention because of emotional entanglements.

Outside work she often acts as a guest speaker at seminarsĀ for the Worldwide Fund for Nature.

More Articles by Marieke Morshuis

Using DNA to prove a hereditary right
Marieke Morshuis

A father has passed away and his estate has been divided when someone comes forward who claims to be the son or daughter of the deceased. Apparently, the deceased fathered this child without anyone (possibly not even the deceased himself) knowing about his or her existance.

Spell it out and let them know
Marieke Morshuis

When abroad, the death of a friend or colleague brings home to you how much trouble unfinished business can add to sorrow. For lasting peace of mind, dare to take the extra step and review the scenario you’d prefer in the case of your untimely demise: draw up a Last Will and make things easy […]