Maryla Rytter Wróblewski

Partner, Attorney-at-law

Primary areas of practice

Family and inheritance law


Maryla Wróblewski is one of this country’s greatest authorities within family and inheritance law. In her daily work she combines her extensive specialist knowledge and her strong counselling competencies with her ability to meet people at eye level and maintain her focus on practical solutions.

Maryla is an experienced negotiator both in and out of court, and she provides legal counsel in cases on estate planning, administration of the estates of deceased persons and divorces. Maryla has conducted several leading cases before the Supreme Court within her fields of expertise. In the autumn of 2020 Maryla has conducted three leading cases before the Danish Supreme Court. As an example, Maryla represented the father who in September 2020 was granted sole custody of  a child due to the mother’s serious obstruction of contact. Maryla also represented the woman who was denied adoption as a step-parent due to payment of a surrogate mother in the Ukraine.

Maryla is authorised by the District Court in Lyngby to help spouses with the division of property in case of divorce. Furthermore, she is authorised by the Danish Ministry of Justice as particularly qualified to provide legal counsel in cases on child abduction.

Maryla’s considerable experience within family and inheritance law has made her a well-respected lawyer within the field, and in 2018 she received personal recognition in Chambers Europe Rating, where especially her combination of strong legal competencies and eye for practical solutions places her as one of the top-two lawyers within private wealth law – a position she has maintained ever since.

As a particular speciality within family and inheritance law Maryla has insight in the issues which face international families when planning their relationship with separate property and wills, or in case of divorce. Within this area Maryla conducts cases on a continuous basis involving many different countries in both Europe, Africa, USA, Asia and the Middle East.

Maryla has a strong professional and personal network in IAFL (International Academy of Family Lawyers, The Academy is a worldwide association of legal practitioners who are acknowledged as the best and most experienced in their respective countries. Accession in IAFL takes place upon recommendation. IAFL has four Danish members.

Maryla is the head of JUC’s network on inheritance and matrimonial property law.

Sharing her knowledge is part of Maryla’s everyday life, and she teaches both colleague attorneys and private individuals, e.g. private banking clients.


Memberships and honorary offices

  • International Academy of Family Lawyers
  • Danish Family Lawyers
  • Danish Estate Lawyers
  • Alternate member of the Disciplinary Board of the Danish Bar and Law Society
  • The Danish Supreme Court Bar Association


Born 1973
Admission to practise law 2003
Right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court 2013

  • 2012 - : Partner, Nyborg & Rørdam Law Firm
  • 2012: Appointed by the Ministry of Justice as certified administrator of estates at the District Court in Lyngby
  • 2010: Appointed by the Ministry of Justice as particularly qualified to handle cases on child abduction
  • 2009: Mediator
  • 2004 - 2011: Attorney-at-law, Bech-Bruun Law Firm
  • 2000 - 2004: Annelise Lemche Law Firm

  • 2000: LL.M., Kings College, London
  • 1999: Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen
  • 1999: Studies at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Language: English and Spanish

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