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    Deze studie beoogt empirische inzichten te verschaffen in de socio-juridische context van Vlaamse echtscheidingsovereenkomsten. Meer specifiek: er is empirisch onderzoek verricht naar de determinanten van echtscheidingsakkoorden (ex ante context), alsook naar de effecten die deze regelingen sorteren (ex post context). Door toepassing van de sociaalwetenschappelijke methodologie binnen het familierecht voorziet deze empirische analyse in brede kwantitatieve gegevens die als basis kunnen dienen voor toekomstige beleidsmatige beslissingen. Daarnaast kunnen de empirische bevindingen bijdragen tot de optimalisatie van de redactie van echtscheidingsovereenkomsten.
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    This research aims to provide empirical insights into the socio-legal context of mutual consent divorce agreements. More specifically, this empirical-legal study investigates the determinants of divorce arrangements (i.e. the ex ante context)  as well as the effects of these arrangements (i.e. the ex post context). By using statistical techniques of the social sciences (i.e. regression analysis), this empirical analysis provides in broad quantitative data that serve as a basis for future policy decisions. This article concludes that this empirical findings contribute to the optimization of divorce agreement drafting.


Dr. Ruben Hemelsoen
Ruben Hemelsoen has a doctorate in law, and master’s degrees in law and psychology. He is currently head of student affairs at University College Ghent. Alongside this, the author works as a voluntary researcher at the civil law department of the Faculty of Law of Ghent University.

    Het NILG heeft in opdracht van het WODC onderzocht of het wenselijk is om een aanvullende wettelijke regeling te treffen voor het stelsel ‘koude uitsluiting’. In deze literatuurbespreking vindt u een bespreking van dit rapport, evenals de reactie (dd. 26 september 2011) van de staatssecretaris op dit rapport.
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    The NILG (Netherlands Institute for Law and Governance) was commissioned by the WODC (the Dutch abbreviation for Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum, in English: Research and Documentation Centre) to investigate the necessity to provide an additional legal regulation of the total separation of property (contractual regime allowing spouses or registered partners to exclude any community of assets). In this review the author discusses the above-mentioned report and the response of the State Secretary (dated September 26th, 2011).


Mr. Evelien Verhagen
Evelien Verhagen studied Dutch law and notarial law at the Radboud University Nijmegen. In 2008, she graduated in Dutch law with cum laude with the thesis topic 'Current developments in the conception of the cooling off period and the requirement that an agreement must be in writing according to article 7:2 of the Dutch Civil Code'. She is now a PhD student at the Molengraaff Institute for Private Law, where she is writing her dissertation on the topic: 'Reasonableness and fairness in the law of persons and Family Law; magic potion of flexibility or poisonous uncertainty?' .
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