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Angela J. Prodan (1968 – 2018)

  • Family Law
    • Marriage
      • Prenuptial Agreements
      • Postnuptial Agreements
    • Divorce
      • High-asset/Complex Divorce
      • Child Custody
      • Visitation Rights
      • Parental Rights
      • Paternity/Parentage
      • Legal Separation
      • Alimony/Spousal Maintenance
      • Child Support
      • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)
      • Post-Divorce Modification of Orders
    • LGBTQ Family Law
      • Civil Unions and Dissolution
      • Same-Sex Marriage and Divorce
      • Non-traditional Families
    • Domestic Violence/Relief From Abuse
    • Grandparents’ Visitation Rights

Angela J. Prodan (1968 – 2018) practiced exclusively family law and divorce. She was a skilled litigator who has represented clients in all aspects of family law and divorce at the trial and State Supreme Court level. Angela practiced law for over twenty years handling complex and high-asset divorces involving valuations of businesses and professional practices, contested custody issues involving family forensic evaluations, preparation of prenuptial and post marital agreements, dividing retirement accounts through qualified domestic relations orders, and all other issues related to divorce.

Attorney Prodan presided as an Acting Judge in the Windham County Family Court which provided her with a unique perspective in analyzing family law cases. Attorney Prodan published articles and presented at family law seminars for the Windham County and Vermont Bar Associations and the National Business Institute.

“Every family situation is unique and an individualized and creative approach is necessary for handling every client’s case. Whenever possible, settling a matter outside of litigation may ultimately be the best solution for my clients and their children. However, when litigation is necessary, preparation is the key to successful advocacy.”

While in law school, Attorney Prodan was chosen to be a member of the Moot Court Advisory Board and was one of three students chosen to be a member of the school’s National Moot Court Team based on her excellence in oral advocacy and legal writing.

In 1994, she and a dedicated group of community members launched a task force which ultimately developed into the Windham County Family Visitation Center, Inc. This was a not-for-profit organization which began the first center in Windham County to provide supervised visits and exchanges for children and parents when ordered by the Court.

Angela was an avid traveler, cook and athlete. She enjoyed snowboarding, cross-country skiing, softball, snorkeling, and riding her motorcycle.

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Lehigh University (B.A. 1990)
Vermont Law School
(J.D. 1994; M.S. Environmental Law,
magna cum laude, 1994)


1994, Vermont
1998, U.S. District Court,
District of Vermont


American Bar Association,
Family Law and Litigation Sections
Vermont Bar Association
Vermont Board of Bar Examiners
Zoning Board Member
for the Town of Putney (2000-2002)
President of Board of Directors,
Parents & Children Together


Prenuptial Agreements
Restraining Orders
Vermont Marriage Law
Stepparents Rights


Family Law Litigation
Preventing Critical Financial
Mistakes During Divorces
Assisted Reproductive Technology
and the Law
Changes to the Bankruptcy Law
How to Utilize the Magistrate