J.M. (Jeroen) Peet

Working as a lawyer since 2004

Jeroen (1976) studied at Fontys University of Applied Sciences in Eindhoven and Radboud University in Nijmegen, and has been working for Van den Herik & Verhulst Advocaten since 2012. His areas of special expertise are:

Advising in inheritance law and family law

  • settling and dividing estates
  • estate executor / administrator
  • statutory share (child’s share)
  • assessment of wills
  • divorce / termination of cohabitation
  • child and spousal alimony
  • acknowledgement, custody and access
  • settling and assessing prenuptial agreements
  • periodic and final set-off clause

Divorce mediation

  • support couples/partners as a divorce mediator when they end their marriage/relationship, including all the relevant settlements

Disputes and litigation

  • disputes between former partners and heirs
  • executor’s liability

Jeroen knows that death and a divorce can have a tremendous emotional impact on the client and their friends and family. He provides his client with expert legal guidance, taking the full range of factors into account. He takes a personal approach, with due regard for the interests of all concerned.


  • Dutch law, Radboud University (2003)
  • School of Economics, Management and Law, Fontys University of Applied Sciences (2000)
  • Specialization: inheritance law
  • Specialization: family law
  • Specialization: mediation


  • Netherlands Bar Association (NOvA)
  • Netherlands Association of Inheritance Lawyers (VEAN)
  • Association of Family Law Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS)
  • Association of Family and Juvenile Law
  • JCI Port of Rotterdam
  • CBMC

Jeroen Peet has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

  • Family Law
  • Inheritance Law

Based on this registration, Jeroen is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.