Our legal professionals will always work with you to determine the appropriate strategy. For any questions regarding criminal law, you can also contact one of our lawyers directly during out-of-office hours and weekends (+31 (0)6 2489 5550 – G.I. Roos). You have the option to schedule a free consultation to discuss any criminal law cases. Alternatively, you can contact us by phone for more information on +31 (0)36 547 10 60 or +31 (0)222 785 588 (Texel office).
Our team of Legal Problem Solvers also provides tailored legal assistance and personalised legal advice for businesses. You can retain us by purchasing 10 hours of legal assistance (at €280 per hour, including 21% VAT). We will then tackle your problem together with you, and start moving toward a successful outcome. Several businesses have previously purchased this 10-hour retainer service – a unique product offered by Alpha Advocaten – and have all been very satisfied. Feel free to contact our lawyer Vincent van der Velde for further information or to request direct legal assistance (+31 (0)6 5379 5546). He is also available outside office hours.
Alpha Advocaten is a partnership comprised of the sole proprietorships of lawyers G.I. Roos and V.C. van der Velde (Chamber of Commerce reg. no. 32144992). S.G.B.M. Schonhage has built her own practice within the firm as an independent legal professional, and runs this sole proprietorship at her own risk and expense (Chamber of Commerce reg. no. 32145260).
All Alpha Advocaten lawyers are registered with the Netherlands Bar (Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten/NOvA): Neuhuyskade 94, 2596 XM The Hague. Phone number: +31 (0)70 335 3535. Email: email@example.com.
Alpha Advocaten has an internal complaints procedure in place, a copy of which is available on request from our reception desk. Our firm is covered for professional liability, with the liability being limited to €500,000 (five hundred thousand euros) per case. Our services are governed by Dutch law. The District Court for the Central Netherlands (Rechtbank Midden Nederland) is the competent court.