Your experience at the Law Offices of Angel M. Van Wieren, PC is not your typical law firm experience. We are a very small law firm and don’t ever want that to change. By staying small, you receive personal attention with an undivided eye towards getting the maximum benefits from the bankruptcy process. You will only ever work with Angel M. Van Wieren, the only attorney at the Law Offices.
Ms. Van Wieren was born and raised on the West Coast of Florida. She attended Manatee Community College and Florida Gulf Coast University and was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Laboratory Science. She then worked as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in Florida and Georgia before applying to part-time law school programs in 2004.
She was admitted to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School as a part-time student, while still working full-time at Georgia Cancer Specialists as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist. She maintained her part-time attendance and full-time employment during her first year in law school, but then converted to full-time attendance and worked part-time for the remainder of law school.
Ms. Van Wieren dedicates her practice to helping people manage financial pressures through debt negotiation, debt settlement and bankruptcy relief. She stays current with cutting edge and emerging issues of bankruptcy law by attending continuing education courses and national bankruptcy seminars. Ms. Van Wieren has been taught by the nationally known O. Max Gardner, a consumer rights attorney in Shelby, North Carolina. Read more about O. Max Gardner here. Specifically, Ms. Van Wieren attended the first Mortgage Foreclosure Boot Camp in September 2010 held in O. Max Gardner’s hometown, Shelby, North Carolina. Most recently, Ms. Van Wieren completed O. Max Gardner’s nationally renowned Bankruptcy Litigation Model online training, which focuses on the intricate details of maximizing the benefits of bankruptcy, including holding creditors and debt collectors accountable for their actions.
Ms. Van Wieren has helped her clients recover more than $100,000.00 from creditors as settlements for violating laws intended to protect people just like you. How can we help you?