Legal notices

Welcome to the website of the Afschrift law firm

The information that you can consult on this website is intended purely to inform visitors about the services provided by the Afschrift law firm. By entering this website and navigating its pages you accept without limitation or reserve these conditions for use.

Using this website

Consultation of this website and its content is done under your own responsibility. Neither the Afschrift law firm nor any other party involved in the creation, production or delivery of this website is liable in any way nor may be sued for any damage or virus which could damage your IT equipment resulting from either access, use or navigation of the site or downloading of any data, information, text, image, video or sound file, or from any error or omission in its content. The Afschrift law firm reserves the right to suspend or withhold all or any part of the features of this website.


The Afschrift law firm recognizes the importance of protecting personal information and data. For us this is a matter of a commitment to the respect of privacy and of the practices governing the way in which we gather, store and use information of personal nature.

Personal data

Personal details such as names, postal addresses and emails, etc, are only collected if you choose to communicate them to us. We shall always warn you of the way in which such data will be used. Most of our services do not require any form of registration, thus enabling you to visit our website without communicating your identity to us. However, using the contact form will require logging in. The data that you will be supplying us through the act of completing the form are destined exclusively to allow us to contact you to send a reply to your question, and will only be used to this end. If you choose to withhold certain personal details from us, it is possible that this would prevent us from replying to your query.


Whenever you look up websites, some of them will lodge elements of information in your computer. Such information is called “cookies”. When a visitor returns to the same site, these cookies are sent to the site – and to this site only. The cookies tell us when and how certain pages of our website are read and by how many people they are visited. The main objective of this kind of information is to improve our website.

Applicable law

Even though the information on this website is equally available to users from other countries, this website and its content are designed to be fully compliant with the laws and regulations currently in force in Belgium. The present Terms and Conditions of Use and your access to the website are governed by the current laws in force in Belgium without taking into account the principles of conflicting laws. All actions, transactions and legal measures in relation to this website will be exclusively subject to a federal or state tribunal or by a competent tribunal located in Belgium.