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Remko Roosjen

Debt collection attorney in the Netherlands

Remko Roosjen, an esteemed Dutch debt recovery lawyer in the Netherlands at MAAK Advocaten in Amsterdam, specializes in providing effective solutions for recovering outstanding debts. His approach is tailored to assist businesses and individuals in the Netherlands with the complex task of Dutch debt collection.

Remko Roosjen’s Approach to Debt Recovery

Tailored Solutions for Efficient Debt Collection

Remko Roosjen and MAAK Advocaten offer a range of services to streamline the debt recovery process, including:

  • Customized Dutch Demand Letters: Crafting legally sound Dutch demand letters tailored to each case.
  • Initiation of Legal Actions in the Netherlands: Proceeding with legal measures when necessary.
  • Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Advising on settlement strategies and alternative dispute resolution techniques.
  • Legal Documentation Preparation: Handling all required legal paperwork.
  • Comprehensive Legal Representation: Offering full legal support, from preparation to representation in court.

Fees for Debt Recovery Services

Our Dutch debt collection law firm provides a transparent fee structure for debt recovery services, tailored to the specifics of each case. The fees are determined based on the complexity and requirements of the debt recovery process.

Timeline for Debt Recovery 

The timeline for recovering debts varies depending on several factors, including the nature of the debtor and legal proceedings. Remko Roosjen ensures a swift and efficient process, tailored to the specific needs of each case.

Influencing Factors in Dutch Debt Recovery Timelines

Key factors impacting the debt recovery process include:

  • The debtor’s responsiveness.
  • Duration of negotiation phases.
  • Efficiency of legal proceedings.
  • Court schedule availability.

Costs in Disputed Debt Recovery in the Netherlands

In cases of disputed debt, MAAK Advocaten, under Remko Roosjen’s guidance, handles the complexities on a case-by-case basis. The costs are determined based on the intricacies of each case and the legal services required.

Disbursements and Additional Fees in Debt Recovery

Additional costs, known as disbursements, may be incurred during the debt recovery process. These include court fees and other necessary expenses, tailored to the specifics of the case.

MAAK Advocaten’s Strategy in Disputed Debt Recovery

Disputed debt cases are approached with a strategic and meticulous process. Remko Roosjen and his team of Dutch lawyers ensure a thorough handling of each stage, from initiation to resolution.

Additional Services Offered by MAAK Advocaten

Beyond Netherlands debt recovery, MAAK Advocaten offers a range of legal services, including corporate insolvency, crucial for managing assets in challenging financial situations.


Q&A with Remko Roosjen

  1. How are fees structured for debt recovery services at MAAK Advocaten?

    • Fees are tailored to each case’s specifics, focusing on efficiency and client needs.

  2. What are the key factors affecting debt recovery timelines?

    • Factors include debtor response, negotiation length, legal proceedings, and Dutch court availability.

  3. What additional costs can arise in disputed debt recovery?

    • Disputed cases may involve varied costs, depending on legal complexities and required services.

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Remko has a master’s in law from Tilburg University (2007) and attended the International School of Law at Helsinki University (2008). In 2013 he successfully completed the specialist training course in National and International Contracting Law at the Grotius Academy.

Remko is admitted to the Dutch Bar. Further to this he is a member of DFA, the Dutch Association for Distribution, Franchise and Agency law. He is also a member of the Association for Dutch-German Attorneys.

Remko is also a lecturer at various conferences and master classes for the manufacturing industry.

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

– civil law (general practice)

Based on this registration, he 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.

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