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San Jose Divorce Lawyer 

Divorce Lawyer and Certified Family Law Specialist

The Dominion Law Group is led by San Jose Divorce Lawyer Kevin Hutcheson who is also a certified family law specialist. Our family lawyers know that the sooner you resolve your divorce problems, the sooner you can move on with your life. But, depending on where you are in the marriage dissolution process, you may not be ready to aggressively pursue action against your estranged spouse. With our San Jose divorce lawyers, you can take the time necessary to decide what actions you want to take and how you want to pursue your best interests. 

Because the emotional challenges of divorce are significant, we are ready to listen to you and present you with options that fit your goals. We will never impose a "one-size-fits-all" formula on you. Instead, we will respond to you and, when you are ready, we will find the quickest way to address the issues you face while our legal team protects your rights and interests.

Family Law Attorneys in Santa Clara County

Our family law attorneys in Santa Clara County know that a divorce can be psychologically and emotionally painful. Our attorneys understand your emotions and we take the time to listen to your concerns. We offer personal and compassionate family law representation and we do so as efficiently as possible to keep your cost down and help you move past what may be a difficult time in your life. We can be aggressive when necessary but we are compassionate with our clients always. 

If you are facing any family law issue such as a dispute over child support, child custody, alimony or divorce, contact one of our family law lawyers online or call us at 408-288-5592. You will be offered candid advice that is based on years of experience in California family law courts. 

Divorce Litigation & Collaborative Law Lawyers in San Jose

Because so much is at stake, our family law divorce attorneys offer you the choice of how to proceed. If you are unsure if you need a law firm that focuses on litigation or collaborative law, we offer both. Your needs may be met through: 

  • Litigation: The traditional approach to divorce is appropriate in cases where you and your spouse are not able to work together. When our family law lawyers represent you in litigation, we aggressively represent your interests in court to address the following issues:
  • Collaborative law: This new approach to marital dissolution is appropriate in cases where you and your spouse can work together (with the help of professionals) to craft a resolution that works for you and your family. When both parties are willing, our collaborative law attorneys can help you resolve your divorce issues as painlessly as possible.
Though you are not legally obligated to retain a divorce lawyer for marriage dissolution or any other family law issue, your chances of success for achieving your goals are dramatically improved with an experienced lawyer on your side. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we will work with you to achieve what is best for you and your family. 
 

Contact a Certified Family Law Specialist Today!

For a consultation with an experienced San Jose family law lawyer, call 408-288-5592 or contact one of our family law attorneys online. If you are going through a divorce you need to find representation as soon as possible. Our family law divorce attorneys represent clients throughout the whole Bay Area including these cities & counties:

  • San Jose
  • Santa Clara
  • San Mateo
  • Alameda
  • Campbell
  • Morgan Hill
  • Oakland
  • And all other cities in or around the San Francisco Bay Area.
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What Is Collaborative Law?

At the beginning of the collaborative law
process, both parties agree to:

  • Resolve their disputes outside of court
  • To cooperate by exchanging all information they have regarding the financial circumstances of the parties
  • To negotiate in good faith in an effort to find a solution that works for everyone-both parties, and their children
  • To treat each other with respect
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