About Saskia Lust
Saskia advises on wealth optimisation techniques, both domestically and internationally. She specialises in international wealth and inheritance planning and focuses both on civil and fiscal law aspects. She advises on immigration and emigration, and specifically on (re)structuring of private wealth in an international context. Saskia is an expert in international asset structuring through holdings, foundations and trusts.
Saskia is recognised as a leading individual by the Chambers & Partners’ High Net Worth Guide. She is recognised as a ‘Trust and Estate Practitioner’ (TEP) and is listed as a thought leader in ‘Who’s who legal - Private Client 2020’. Saskia has published articles and is a speaker at conferences on estate planning. She won the Lexology Content Marketing Awards 2020 in the category 'Legal Influencer for Private client - Europe'.
What others say about Saskia
Chambers & Partners – High Net Worth Guide 2021 – Private Wealth Law
Saskia Lust co-heads the firm's family-owned business and private wealth team. She often advises high net worth clients on inheritance planning, migration and asset structuring. "She is a good lawyer and a very well-known name in Belgium," says a source. One interviewee notes: "She is a good tax lawyer and a good adviser." Another interviewee says: "She is very skilled and she is certainly a specialist."
Chambers & Partners – High Net Worth Guide 2020 – Private Wealth Law
Saskia Lust has a respected private wealth practice with experience both domestically and internationally. "She has a professional work style and is easy to reach by phone or email when needed," comments one interviewee, adding: "She's enthusiastic and informative about new issues."
Chambers & Partners – High Net Worth Guide 2019 – Private Wealth Law
"Saskia is well versed in the law, listens attentively and is pragmatic," says an interviewee. Another source notes that "her technical skills are excellent and she is extremely thorough." A peer adds that Lust is "known for her cross-border work with the Netherlands."