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“The avoidance of tax may be lawful, but it is not yet a virtue .”
(Lord Denning)
 
 
Chantal Hendrickx
Chantal became a member of the Brussels Bar in 1995. In addition to her law degree from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (1995), she holds a degree in tax law from the Fiscale Hogeschool (1997) and a degree in labour law from the University of Brussels (V.U.B. 2000).

Before joining Vandendijk & Partners in 2002, she has worked for Loyens & Volkmaars and Claeys & Engels.

Chantal specializes in international and domestic tax law, in particular where they border with elements of employment and social security law. She has a particular expertise in compensation and benefits, insurances and pensions and all aspects of occupational pension schemes.

Chantal combines this with a focus on estate planning matters.

Chantal is a regular contributor to a wide variety of tax publications. For Tijdschrift voor Fiscaal Recht she compiles and coordinates on the periodic overviews of the Belgian income tax case law. Chantal speaks Dutch, French and English.

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