Beltman Van Marle Edens Lawyers

Nieuwe Achtergracht 9-1 
1018 XT  Amsterdam
Tel : +31 20 528 98 92
Fax: +31 20 528 56 62
info@bmeadvocaten.nl

Jurisdictions

Our three experienced lawyers together have specializations in almost all civil law areas.


You can contact us with matters about damage, agreements, copyright infringement, employment disputes, rental issues, administrative law, debt collection and personal and family law.

Our method

We look for the right solution for your legal issue. Reliable, committed and affordable. This is how we work.


A first meeting (1 hour) will not be charged. So make an appointment without obligation to discuss your case. A first advice may prevent problems. Then you decide whether and how we proceed.

For whom?

We work for entrepreneurs, self-employed persons, artists and individuals. We use an hourly rate or work according to a fixed price agreement.


Private individuals are sometimes eligible for funded legal aid. You can also contact us for this. All information about this can be found on www.rechtsbijstand.nl.

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The lawyers

We can help you with advice and assistance in matters in all civil jurisdictions. Unsure about something? Make an appointment to discuss this. It does not commit you to anything!

Nico Beltman is at home in all areas that concern self-employed people, including artists and performers. He handles cases in the field of copyright, contracts, employment law and administrative law.

Nico Beltman

beltman@bmeadvocaten.nl

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Nico Beltman started his career as a lawyer at the Legal Aid Office. After that he was a lawyer and attorney at the Kunstenbond FNV for 11 years. He founded the office in 2003. As a lawyer-trainer he is affiliated with the professional training of the Bar Association and teaches the subjects professional attitude and ethics and writing skills. He is also a member of the external objections committee of the municipality of Baarn in the general and social chamber.

Robert van Marle conducts a general practice with an emphasis on litigating in labor, family and (real estate) rental law cases. For many years he has advised and guided a regular clientele active in small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs and private individuals in the real estate sector.

Robert van Marle

vanmarle@bmeadvocaten.nl

Robert van Marle, born and raised in Amsterdam, has been working as a lawyer in his city since 1994. In addition to his practice, he is chairman of the Amsterdam Advocate Consultation (SAA), which organizes weekly consultation hours in various districts. He is a member of the Employment Law Association.

Rob Edens assists both tenants and landlords in matters about renting and letting of residential and commercial space. Rob also works in the fields of contract law, employment law and personal and family law.

Rob Edens

edens@bmeadvocaten.nl

Rob Edens has been a lawyer in the general practice since 1996. Before that, he worked as a lawyer at a bailiff's office where he was responsible for the litigation practice and advice to clients in rental issues and debt collection cases. He has the specialization training in tenancy law completed in 2002 and is a member of the Association of Huurrecht Advocaten (VHA). As an experienced sailor, Rob also regularly assists clients who are active in the  water sports industry. He is also vice-chairman of the MEE patient complaints committee.

The office

Our office is located just steps away from Carré theater. Tram lines 1, 7 and 19 and metro lines 51, 53 and 54 stop 250 meters away (Weesperplein). Paid parking is possible in the area.

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Our conditions

The conditions under which we perform our services are included in the order confirmation after an initial appointment.

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Displeased?

The office has a complaints procedure. This provides that a complaint is first made known to the lawyer. If he fails to resolve the complaint, the complaints officer will be engaged.