30 years experience

After years of experience at several major international notary firms, Mr. Sylvia M. Van Lenning started in 1999 at Böggemann Notaries. After Alphons Böggemann retired as a notary, the files were transferred to notary mr. Sylvia M. van Lenning. In 2004, she was appointed a notary. The office has been around for almost 30 years and all old files have of course been preserved for inspection and retrieval. Next to Notary is Mr. Sylvia M. van Lenning NMI registered mediator, estate planner and member of the EPN.

The office consists of candidate civil-law notaries, notary clerks and notarial staff, each with their own specialization in the field of family law, real estate and corporate law.

Real estate.

Planning to purchase a piece of land, apartment, house or villa? Buying a home will probably be the biggest and most important purchase in your life. Perhaps not a decision you want to make over night? A notary can give you impartial advice and explain the overall process.

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Corporate law.

Corporate law is the area of ​​law that deals with all legal aspects that businesses may encounter. From concluding agreements, issues about transferring shares from a company: corporate law regulates all the legal aspects.

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Family law.

Personal and family law is the part of civil law that deals with descent, birth, marriage and divorce and other matters related to family relationships and power of individuals.

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Legacy.

Everyone has an estate. Those are all the assets and debts you leave after you decease. The heritage is divided among your heirs.

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Estate planning.

How do you transfer your assets to the next generation? How do you leave your partner well cared for? Are you going to make donations to your children? How do you regulate the follow-up of your company? How do you ensure that your heirs do not pay too much inheritance tax when you decease?

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Auctions.

An auction can be voluntary, but will often take place at the expense of ‘the bank ‘. If the bank has the opinion that a client can no longer meet its obligations, it can instruct a notary to proceed with the public sale of a house, business premises, ship or (agricultural) land on which a right of mortgage is situated.

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Mediation.

Mediation is for parties to find an acceptable solution in disputes. Mediation is not aimed at confirming the legal right of parties, but at having the parties resolve their dispute in a legally responsible manner without one of them suffering a loss. A win-win situation for all concerned is the starting point.

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