Linda Vanden Heuvel - Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C.

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Linda Vanden Heuvel

Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C.

W175 N11086 Stonewood Drive

Germantown, WI 53022


Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Labor Law
  • Elder law
  • Mediator
  • Civil Litigation
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Linda Vanden Heuvel devotes a majority of her practice to representing individuals involved in family law disputes.  She has practiced family law for over twenty years representing parties in cases involving divorce, collaborative divorce, cooperative divorce, legal separation, annulments, mediation, custody and placement, maintenance, child support, property division, guardianships, adoption, grandparents rights, paternity, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, post-judgment modifications, domestic abuse and restraining orders.  She has served as a Guardian ad Litem on behalf of minor children and incapacitated adults.  Linda is a skilled litigator, but also has the ability to negotiate favorable settlements on behalf of her clients.  She saves her clients time, money and emotional distress through settlement negotiations, but is an exemplary litigator with the ability to effectively litigate cases if settlement efforts fail.  Linda is skilled at handling complex divorces including large estates, contentious custody/placement disputes and property division litigation.   

Linda Vanden Heuvel also regularly practices in the area of personal injury.  Linda litigated one of Washington County’s largest personal injury cases, a 5.9 million dollar award on behalf of a sixteen year old girl critically injured in a West Bend, Wisconsin, automobile accident.  As a personal injury lawyer, Linda sees the human side; the injured bodies, the broken bones, the emotional trauma.  Linda recognizes that an injury to one person injures the whole family.  Linda works hard to obtain the compensation her clients need and to which they are entitled after being involved in a personal injury accident. 


  • Marquette University Law School - Milwaukee, J.D.


  • AV Rated Martindale-Hubbell
  • American Bar Association
  • United States Supreme Court Bar Association
  • National Association of Trial Lawyers
  • Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Bar Association
  • State Bar of Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Milwaukee Bar Association
  • Washington County Bar Association
  • Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc.
  • Cooperative Divorce Bar Association
  • National Association of Law Enforcement Attorneys


  • Represents clients at trial and appellate level
  • Practice areas include family law, personal injury and employment law
  • Lecturer - Marquette University, Milwaukee Area Technical College
  • Lectures for the Milwaukee Bar Association, Wisconsin Bar Association and professional legal seminars


  • Germantown Chamber of Commerce
  • Slinger Advancement Association
  • Germantown Scholarship Committee
  • Friends of Abused Families, Inc.- Board of Directors
  • Member of the Board of Professional Responsibility, Milwaukee Committee from 1987-1996
  • 2009 United Way Division Leader

Law School: Marquette University
Admitted to Bar: 1977
Practice Areas: Personal > Personal Injury
Business > Labor Law
Personal > Elder law
Personal > Civil Litigation
Personal > Family Law
Gender: Female
Status: Married
Children: 2 Children
City of Residence: West Bend
Home Town: Green Bay
Home State: WI
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Milwaukee County violated the First Amendment Rights of deputy sheriffs by allowing a representative of a Christian peer support group to speak at mandatory employee meetings. The ruling affirms that a sheriff cannot force members of the department to set through a religious presentation. The ruling affirmed that a government's actions violates the establishment clause of the constitution if it has any of the following characteristics: a non-secular purpose; the principal or primary affect of advancing or inhibiting religion; or fostering excessive government entanglement with religion.
Posted by Linda Vanden Heuvel on 12.9.09 in Articles.

United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Court Decision. It was a success both for the individuals as well as the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs' Association.
Posted by Linda Vanden Heuvel on 12.9.09 in Litigation - Court Decision.