Kesley Verachtert focuses on (inter)national estate planning, family property law and civil litigation.
Kesley holds a Master of Law (KU Leuven, 2013) and a Master of Notary (KU Leuven, 2014). She has been affiliated with the Antwerp Bar since 2014 and has been a member of the Cazimir team since 2018.
Kesley focuses on estate planning (prenuptial agreements, wills, ...), family property law (in particular the settlement of estate of inheritances and divorces) and civil proceedings in the broad sense.
As of the 2016-2017 academic year, Kesley is also affiliated with K.U. Leuven as a teaching assistant in the Manama Notary, where she supervises master theses and teaches practical lectures on the liquidation and partition in divorce as well as in inheritance matters.
She is a member of the general assembly of Wetswinkel Leuven.
“A negotiated solution supported by both parties will always be more satisfying than a court-imposed arrangement and offers a higher guarantee of proper implementation for the future. Certainly in a family context, preserving family relationships, it is important to first consider whether an amicable settlement is possible before taking further legal actions.”
In her free time, Kesley likes to look for peace and quiet in the Kempen, she likes to spend time with friends and family and she likes to dance.