Danielle is a specialist in the Tax Law practice. She mainly advises clients on national tax law, focussing on clients in the semi-public and public law sector, such as educational institutions, healthcare facilities and governments. Within that context, Danielle focuses on the tax-law aspects of collaborations, mergers, demergers, acquisitions and internal reorganisations. Danielle frequently advises clients on value-added tax, company income tax, capital transfer tax and gift tax, which often touches on the consequences for the private individuals involved in respect of income and wage tax.
Pragmatic. Quality-conscious. Creative.
Together with her public-law colleagues (attorneys as well as civil-law notaries), Danielle is capable of shedding light on both civil-law aspects and tax aspects, providing single, integral opinions and, if necessary, finding creative solutions while drawing on the various disciplines.
Danielle also provides up-to-date knowledge on real estate tax issues. In that context she regularly publishes in the construction law journal Tijdschrift voor Bouwrecht.
Danielle studied both civil law (2011) and tax law (2011) at the University of Amsterdam.