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Regina van Tilburg-Keesmaat
Function: Lawyer
E-mail: vantilburg@zwartbol.eu
T: +31 78 6992510
F: +31 78 6992524

A.G. (Regina) van Tilburg-Keesmaat LL.M. has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

- Law of persons and family law: Divorces, alimony matters, (parental) contact/visitation arrangements; International private law; Mediation; Parenthood and acknowledgement.

Based on this registration, he/she 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.

Regina studied law at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, where she graduated in employment law in 2010, and in criminal law in 2011. From 2010 until taking up employment with Zwartbol Advocaten, she worked as a registrar at the Rotterdam district court.

Since 2012, as a lawyer, Regina focuses primarily on the law of persons and family law. She deals with divorces and cases involving minors, succession law, adoption law and law of descent. Her services include advise, mediation and conducting legal proceedings. Regina is (prospective) member of the VFAS, the Association of Family and Inheritance Lawyers and Divorce Mediators.

Regina also focuses on general commercial / business practice, in particular on labour law. She is involved in all aspects of this area of law and advises and litigates for both employers and employees.

In addition to her work as a lawyer, Regina is the chairman and founder of Kiwanis Young Professionals Alblasserwaard Drechtsteden (KYPAD), a service club that focuses on charities for children. In the past Regina has been actively promoting the Young Bar as a committee member of the Young Lawyers Conference in 2013 and she participated in the public relations committee of the choir The Blue Voices.
Regina's involvement in society lead her to work as a volunteer for the Dutch Citizens Advise Bureau during her studies.



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