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Divorce Lawyer in San Bernardino

Trust Our Experienced Family Law Firm

Family Law Advocacy Group is dedicated to serving people throughout San Bernardino County. We handle all types of family law cases, particularly divorce and divorce-related issues.

Contact our San Bernardino divorce lawyers for a free consultation if you need representation in any of the following areas: uncontested divorce, mediated divorce, collaborative divorce, contested divorce, divorce for men, divorce for women, and more.

Trusted, Respected, & Highly Recommended

  • I am so grateful to have found someone who takes interest in their clients and cares.

    “Family Law Advocacy Group has some of the few attorneys who are very attentive to detail and what is in the best interest of their clients.”

    Rachel Bello

  • Family Law Advocacy Group has been a godsend and I can't thank them enough for all that they've done.

    “I know how difficult it is to find a new attorney to handle such personal matters in your life so I feel fortunate to have engaged them.”

    J Kim

  • Family Law Advocacy Group provides some of the best law services around.

    “My attorney is responsive, thorough, and made sure I had complete understanding of my options. And, to those whom are reading this, don't go to court without him. And for those who find themselves at the opposite table of Family Law Advocacy Group, PRAY...”

    Darrel Gomez

  • They are very confident attorneys despite the complexity of the case and show up READY!

    “Family Law Advocacy Group are true professionals! They were quick to prepare on such short notice; organized, punctual and calm under pressure. They have equal amounts of empathy as they do fight.”

    Sari De La Cerra

  • They will work until they get the best outcome for your case.

    “They are very caring, compassionate and understanding. Family Law Advocacy Group puts themselves in your shoes. If I could give more than 5 stars I would!”

    Briana Gastelum

Why Work With
Family Law Advocacy Group?

  • Hundreds of Cases Handled
  • Award Winning Lawyers
  • Personalized, Client-Centered Approach
  • Outstanding Legal & Negotiating Skills
  • Specifically Focused on Family Law & Estate Planning

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I Have To Work With an Attorney?
    There are no laws requiring you to have a private attorney in any type of legal matter. Still, working with an experienced lawyer can make a large difference in your case, as your lawyer will serve as your personal advocate and will work toward a resolution in your best interests.

    Not having an attorney can be difficult, especially when complex legal issues are involved, or when the "other side" is working to secure an outcome against you. When you work with a proven lawyer, you'll have someone guiding you through the process, fighting for your rights, and working toward the resolution you need.
  • How Do I Know I'm Choosing the Right Lawyer?
    Choosing the right lawyer is a difficult process, but it also one of the most important parts of your legal journey. When choosing a divorce attorney, you want to be sure that they are experienced in handling complex divorce cases successfully, both in negotiations and in court.

    Aside from their track record, you also want to look at how an attorney works with clients, and should choose Lawyer who provide personal attention. Experienced and client-focused lawyers are important in any legal field, but are particularly important in the personally-impactful areas of estate planning and family law.
  • Why Should I Work With Your Firm?
    We have an experienced and relentless attorney who focuses specifically on family law and estate planning. Our reputation is backed by the awards and certifications we have received, including selection to the Super Lawyer® of 2016 list. Our record proves that we can secure results that protect our clients' rights, freedoms, and futures. Our experience and commitment to clients drive successful resolutions. Our firm is available to answer any questions you have, including anything about your personal legal needs. During an initial consultation, we can inform you of your rights and explain how we can help.
  • What Is a Summary Dissolution?
    California divorce isn’t an immediate process – you need to wait at least six months after filing the necessary documents with the court before it becomes official.
    If you and your spouse have been married for less than five years, have minimal debts and property, don’t own real estate, and don’t have any children, you may be able to file for what’s known as a summary dissolution.

    This process rarely requires a court appearance. Instead, you need to work together with your spouse to make an agreement over how you will divide your debts and property and fill out a joint divorce petition, along with any other required documents, and file them all with the court.
  • How Does the Divorce Process Work?
    If you don’t qualify for a summary dissolution, then your divorce will likely follow these steps:

    - One spouse fills out and files a divorce petition with the court. Once that’s done, they must serve the papers to their spouse, also known as the respondent. 
    - The respondent has up to 30 days to file their response to the petition with the court.
    - Either spouse may then file for an Order to Show Cause hearing so that a judge can make temporary support, child custody, and restraining orders as necessary.
    - Both spouses will then begin the discovery, where they exchange relevant documents and information, including all expense and income declarations. They must also complete the Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure, a form where both parties list their separate and community property.
    - Following the discovery, both parties and their attorney will meet to discuss a potential settlement for their divorce. If the spouses can come to an agreement, one attorney will put together a Marital Settlement Agreement that lists all the terms of the agreement that will then be signed by both the Attorney and spouses.

    If the spouses cannot come to an agreement, then they will need to take their case to court.
    Once either the trial is complete or all parties involved signed the Marital Settlement Agreement, one of the Attorney involved will need to put together a Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage that will then be filed. Each spouse’s attorney will be mailed a Notice of Entry of Judgment.

Guiding You Through the Tough Times

There is no universal guideline that determines how these types of cases should be handled. Whether you are fighting for custody of your children, working out the best way to divide property, how much spousal support you owe or are owed, or if you are working to navigate the intricacies involved in a high net worth divorce, having qualified legal representation is a necessity.

Our San Bernardino divorce lawyers at Family Law Advocacy Group have experience handling these potentially tricky situations, and understand the best way to adapt to any complication that may come up.

Whether your case winds up in court or if it is conducted over a negotiation table, we are prepared to provide our clients with the legal guidance they need to secure a beneficial outcome for their family. Even with such high stakes, you can be confident knowing that your case is in the hands of someone with nearly two decades of experience handling all types of divorce and family law cases in San Bernardino County.

Your New Beginning is
Right Around the Corner

Whether you are going through a divorce, are involved in a child custody battle, or are looking to plan for your future, Family Law Advocacy Group can guide you through the tough times towards your brighter future.

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