Helping Clients Make Informed Decisions through Education
To further educate her clients, Ms. Van Haren regularly publishes blog articles, creates educational videos and hosts workshops to provide information for people who are considering divorce, going through the divorce process or have reached the other side of the divorce.
Make sure that you sign up for our monthly newsletter and our video series so that you don’t miss out on any information that can help you in your case. For our past newsletters, you can review the articles in the links below. Remember knowledge is power and when going through a Divorce or Family Law Case, the more you know the more you will be able to make educated and informed decisions.
Ms. Van Haren has also recently authored the book How to File and Survive a Divorce in California. This book offers state-specific legal guidance on the divorce process, so that the public may be fully informed before taking outside help that may unintentionally damage their case – wasting time and money.
Take a look at our past newsletters by clicking on the flip books below!
The best way to avoid any conflict regarding holidays is to communicate with the other parent. Start the scheduling communication process weeks in advance. If you so this, each of you will know exactly (1) when holidays will take place, and (2) how transportation to...
In this edition, we feature articles about 5 Practical Issues To Consider During a Divorce, Financial Issues: Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent to Sell Your House During Divorce, Co-Parenting after Divorce: COVID, Co-Parenting, and Back to School, and More!
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In this edition, we feature articles about 4 Tips to Help You Find the Perfect Divorce Lawyer Online, Divorce And Finances: 10 Mistakes To Avoid, Parenting Issues During Divorce: 4 Tips for Keeping Your Family Intact During the Coronavirus, and More!