A Different Approach

Nevada attorney Natalia Vander Laan offers estate planning, probate, and workers’ compensation services to clients in the Carson Valley community and throughout Northern Nevada.

Natalia strives to explain complex legal concepts in plain language so her clients understand the details of estate planning documents, the next steps in probate proceedings, or what is happening in their workers’ compensation claim. Patient, thorough, understanding, and trustworthy, the highest compliment Natalia receives is when a client proudly introduces her as “my attorney.” Many of Natalia’s estate planning clients make sure their children meet her so they know the attorney they will be working with when the time comes to administer their estate.

Natalia makes sure to spend time with her clients so she gets to know them as people and thoroughly understands their needs. She prides herself on providing top-notch legal services at reasonable fees.

Helping People Achieve Peace of Mind

A native of Poland, Natalia knew she wanted to be an attorney from an early age. She is passionate about helping others and cares deeply about her clients. Whether she is seeking compensation for someone who was injured on the job, or preparing an estate plan to help a family secure their financial future, Natalia works hard for her clients to help them achieve peace of mind.

A Personal Touch

For her estate planning clients, Natalia offers a free initial consultation and oftentimes a one-time free amendment of documents in the event of a major life change. She is responsive and understanding and works with her clients to complete their plan while staying within their budget. Your relationship with Natalia will not end just because she completed your estate plan. Instead, Natalia keeps client files open and stays in touch.

When the time comes to probate and estate, Natalia works closely with her clients and their families to answer their questions and guide them through the process of probating an estate.

Natalia also represents people who were injured on the job, and she takes pride in personally appearing at workers’ compensation hearings, even when most other attorneys do not. Natalia understands the pressures that injured workers face. That’s why she handles workers’ compensation claims on a contingency fee, which means she does not get paid unless she recovers money for you. She partners with her clients to help with their physical, emotional, and financial needs as she helps them through to recovery.

A Caring, Thoughtful Approach

Natalia’s clients know they are in good hands. From the time you first meet Natalia, you’ll find that she puts you at ease, listens to your concerns, answers your questions, and explains the legal process as plainly and simply as possible.

Involved in the Community

Natalia is deeply involved in the Carson Valley community and performs pro bono legal work with Nevada Legal Services and Volunteer Attorneys for Rural Nevadans (VARN). She was named pro bono attorney of the year by those organizations and the Nevada Supreme Court and has received letters of recommendation from Nevada’s United States senators. She also serves on the board of directors for the Suicide Prevention Network, the Senior Center Foundation, and the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce.

The Vander Laan Law Firm—Protecting What Matters Most

The common thread that runs through Natalia’s legal work and community involvement is that it allows her to help people in a way that is personal to them and protects their family’s future. She cares deeply about her clients and helps them achieve peace of mind. Natalia will walk with you at every step of the legal process to address your concerns and help you build the future you want for you and your family.

Learn more about Natalia Vander Laan and her workers’ compensation, probate, and estate planning practices, get answers to Frequently Asked Questions, and contact the Vander Laan Law Firm today to learn how Natalia can help you and your family achieve peace of mind.

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