Helen White, Esq.
- Family Law
- Contested Divorce
- Uncontested Divorce
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Juvenile Law
- Property Division
- U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
- University of Kansas School of Law
- Yale University
M.A. in East Asian Studies
- Wellesley College
B.A. in Chinese Studies Minor in Economics – magna cum laude
Helen White, Esq.
Helen White is a Team Leader Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC. Helen graduated from Wellesley College with a with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Chinese Studies with a minor in Economics. She then went on to obtain her law degree at University of Kansas School of Law and has been practicing family law since 2012.
Prior to working at Stange Law Firm, Helen was a judicial law clerk for the Colorado District Courts and subsequently practiced law in the Denver area. Helen has also worked as a contract negotiator in the Kansas City metro area. Helen is a member of the Hugh Means Inn of Court and Douglas County Women’s Bar she is also a trained mediator. In her spare time, Helen enjoys baking and jogging with her puppy, Loki.
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Professional Associations and Memberships
- Douglas County Bar
- Colorado Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Hugh Means Inn of Court, Member
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