Ohmann Notariaat is well known for its personal and expert approach. Ohmann Notariaat has an interesting history, which dates back to the oldest protocol of Wassenaar. Ohmann Notariaat has been serving Wassenaar, The Hague and surroundings for more than 200 years. With a team of experienced specialist Ohmann Notariaat has broad experience in the field of corporate law, family law (estate planning) and real estate law.
Notary, specialised in Corporate law
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- J.A.C.M. Geurts (2018)
- B. den Hartog (2003)
- J.S. de Borst (1983)
- J.Th. Hovingh (1962)
- H.C.A. Vermeulen van Kruiningen (1946)
- C. Munnich (1922)
Daniel Ohmann studied Dutch law and notarial law at Leiden University (both completed cum laude). In 2000 he studied for six months at Sciences Po in Paris. Daniel started his career in 2004 at the law firm Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn in The Hague (a leading Dutch law firm) and formed part of the sections Corporate law and notarial family law.
In 2009 he completed the postdoctoral Grotius specialist course in corporate and business law cum laude. During his period at Pels Rijcken Daniel also worked for HBN Law on Curaçao for six months.
Daniel is teacher on the laws of foundations and associations and partnerships at the professional training for the notarial profession and gives ‘tailor-made’ courses in the field of corporate and notarial family law. He also regularly publishes in his field, amongst others as editor of the legal magazine Rechtspraak Notariaat. In addition he is a member of the arbitration committee of the Dutch Red Cross and involved in several charities as a volunteer.
At the beginning of 2018 Daniel started his own firm Ohmann Notariaat, as the successor of Geurts and Partners. He is a specialist in advising (family)businesses, (semi)public institutions and not-for-profit organisations, also taking into account the family relationships of the entrepreneur (prenuptial agreements, wills and estate planning).
Daniel is a Dutch native speaker. He also has a command of the French, German and Spanish language. He is fluent in English.
Korien van Steenbergen
Korien van Steenbergen started to work in the notarial practice in 1990 at the offices of civil-law notary D. Butijn. After that she worked for SBH Notaries and Mr M.H.A. Butijn. She was mainly active in the field of family law and estate planning. In December 2012 she started working for Notary Office Geurts and Partners, where she became a added notary (toegevoegd notaris) in March 2014. As of April 1, 2018, she is working as a substitute notary for Ohmann Notariaat.
People sometimes think that the notarial practice is a bit boring. Korien does not agree with that. She thinks it is a beautiful profession, where you can mean a lot for clients during the highlights and lows of their life. Furthermore, she is working with all kinds of different people.
What she likes best about her work is that it is practice-oriented. As the (tax) legislation keeps changing constantly, her working area is always in motion.
Korien has broad experience in settling complex inheritances (investigation of heirs, unwilling heirs and other estate-issues) and has a lot of specialist knowledge in the area of family law and estate planning.
She can put her experience into practice in a small and approachable office, where her clients are given the attention they deserve. Their wishes are of central importance.
Mireille Bosscher has been working in the notarial profession since 1997 and has been working at Ohmann Notariaat since July 2023 as an experienced estate planner/candidate civil-law notary. Before that she worked at several offices in The Hague.
Mireille specializes in international inheritance law and matrimonial property law, with an emphasis on French law.
Mireille studied Notarial law at the University of Groningen and completed her notarial law studies in 1997. Since 2005 she has specialized in French law.
General family property law and French law and in particular:
- Drawing up wills, prenuptial agreements and cohabitation contracts in which international aspects play a role, such as for expats, Dutch people moving abroad or relationships between partners of different nationalities;
- Advising on inheritances with an international character, for example in the event of the death of an expat in the Netherlands or of a Dutch person abroad, when the bequeathed estate is (partly) located outside the Netherlands or when a person who died abroad has assets in the Netherlands;
- Advising on international estate planning;
- Advising on division of assets in international divorces.
- Acting as party advisor in the settlement of estates or as lawyers-lawyer in cases of probate proceedings, whether or not with an international character.
- Giving advice and/or second opinion in disputes in the field of inheritance law or family property law.
Anne-Marie Oomen has been working as a candidate civil-law notary since 2005 and has started her work at Ohmann Notariaat since November 2023. She's gotten her experience mainly from working in the larger lawyer and civil-law notary firms, specialising in the field of family property law and inheritance law, be it national or international.
Anne-Marie advises on - amongst other subjects - drawing up last wills, prenuptial agreements, cohabitation contracts and donations. She has an expertise in dealing with inheritances, even more so when it is about the settling of inheritances. Anne-Marie will therefore be called upon by the court quite often, to act as a professional settler in an inheritance.
She has graduated in 2005 in the field of Notarial Law, at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Member of the Vereniging van Estate Planners in het Notariaat (EPN)
Member of the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Executeurs (NOVEX)
Member of the Koninklijke Notariële Beroepsorganisatie (KNB)
Specialisation study "Settling Inheritances", for the year 2023 at the Family- and Inheritance Institute of the Netherlands (Familie- & Erfrecht Instituut Nederland; FEIN)
Specialisation study "Executing and Settling" (of inheritances), at the Dutch Organisation for Executors (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Executeurs; NOVEX)
Specialisation study "Estate Planning"
Vocational education in Notarial Law
Graduate in Notarial Law from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Joris Kempen started in August 2022 at Ohmann notariaat, as a candidate civil-law notary. Just before, in July 2022, he completed his study Notarial law at Leiden University. In his daily activities he is mostly involved with the legal side of entrepreneurship. Examples include the incorporation of legal entities and amending articles of associaton. Outside of these activities focussed on corporate and business law, he is also involved in activities in other fields of law.
Stan Zwirs has made his start in the civil-notary practice as of May 2019, as a parttime civil-notary employee in the surroundings of Utrecht. In May 2023, he got his master’s degree in Notarial Law, after which he started working as a candidate civil-law notary from September 2023 onwards. He has had a bilingual education and speaks English fluently, but his mother tongue is Dutch. Furthermore, Stan has a good grip on both the German and French language.
Besides his personal connection on board-level at his own water sports association, he’s also quite familiar with the notarial aspect of entities like these. His experience is mainly in corporate law, amending articles of association, incorporating legal entities for businesses and composing deeds of transfer of shares. At his former office, he also guided the transfer of boards of a community of several schools, which wanted to fuse together.
Regarding real estate law, he has more than once composed deeds of transfer of real estate into legal entities, as one of the overlapping fields between corporate and real estate law. Apart from this, he has gained a specialisation in striking off/erasing paid off mortgages from the Public Registers. He has had several years of experience in this field and has guided some (former) colleagues in this process.
Therefore, his efforts at Ohmann Notary will mainly be concentrated on the areas of corporate and real estate law.
Anita van den Berg
Anita van den Berg has been working for this firm since 1 April 2000. She started working for former notary Boudewijn den Hartog and has worked for his successor, former notary Jeannine Geurts. She has broad experience in the different fields of notarial law and the general practice. She mainly focusses on family law and assists added civil-law notary Korien van Steenbergen.
Her work also includes supporting and administrative activities, being in touch with clients and preparing draft deeds. Given her experience in this office and knowledge of the Wassenaar practice, Anita also adds significant value for the administrative and general practice of our office.
Anita works on Monday, Tuesday morning, Wednesday and Thursday.
Nancy van der Lubbe
Nancy van der Lubbe started her notarial work in the general practice. Over the years, she has further developed in the field of corporate law.
She considers personal and professional development to be important and has taken courses both within and outside of the notarial field. Nancy completed the training for civil-law notary clerk and obtained a bachelor’s degree in P&A at the university of applied sciences Haagse Hogeschool.
She has been part of the Ohmann Notariaat team since 1 April 2020.
In her spare time, she can be found at the beach for a walk or doing a work out. She also practices yoga.
Annemarie Klijn has been working in notarial practices since 2015 and joined Ohmann Notariaat in Augustus 2021 as notarial employee. Annemarie is specialised in real estate law.
During the completion of her Law studies (HBO Rechten) at Hogeschool Leiden, Annemarie started her work in the real estate practice of the notarial profession. In recent years Annemarie has gained a lot of practical experience thanks to taking care of many transfers and following various courses.
She has extensive experience in drafting purchase agreements, taking care of transfers of houses and business properties, drafting mortgage deeds, drafting deeds of division and everything else that is required to achieve a good final result and to make sure the execution of the deeds takes place.
In the third year of her Law studies (HBO-Rechten) Danique Ton decided to join Ohmann Notariaat as an intern. During her studies, she became interested in family law and it made sense to take a look at the notarial profession by doing an internship. She has now finished her Law studies and has been working with Ohmann Notariaat for a while, currently as a notarial assistant. She assists her colleagues and is also involved in the general practice. Her activities include communicating with clients, drawing up necessary documents and drafting deeds. She likes that this profession has so many different sides, so that no day is the same! Currently Danique is studying Notarial Law at Leiden University so she will not leave the notarial profession just yet.
Sophie Smit started at Ohmann Notariaat as an intern in September 2021. Her internship has ended and Sophie is now working as a notarial employee. Sophie has graduated from Leiden University of Applied Sciences since August 2023. Sophie is now following the pre-master's degree in Law at the Open University Amsterdam. Within the office, she is involved in, among other things, legalizations, contact with clients and other general practical activities. In addition, she mainly carries out work in the field of corporate law. Her interest lies mainly in corporate law, as the topics covered are very diverse.
Julius de Kolf
Julius de Kolf started at Ohmann Notariaat as an intern in February 2022. His internship has now been completed and since August 2023, Julius can officially call himself a notarial employee. His work as a notarial employee includes contact with clients and handling real estate files. This includes drawing up delivery and mortgage deeds and registering them with the Land Registry. Even though Julius has already learned a lot, he is looking forward to expanding his knowledge in the field of real estate even further.
Sylke van Doorn
Sylke is a student who is currently studying law (HBO-Rechten) at the university of applied sciences in Leiden (Hogeschool Leiden). She joined the team of Ohmann Notariaat as an intern in March 2023. During her study her preference soon turned to family law and that is why Sylke has chosen to explore the notarial profession. What Sylke likes most about her internship is the atmosphere in the office and in addition, the work is also very educational and interesting. There is still so much more to discover but Sylke has every confidence that she will have a very nice and educational internship period ahead!
Romy Duivenvoorde joined the team of Ohmann Notariaat as an intern in September 2023. She studies Law (HBO-Rechten) at the university of applied sciences in Leiden (Hogeschool Leiden) and she is currently in her third year. Her main interests are in Family Law and Real Estate; she hopes to learn more about these fields during this internship. Romy has already gained some experience in the notarial practice and she really liked it! She is therefore looking forward to broadening her knowledge and gaining even more practical experience.