San Jose Family Law and Divorce Lawyer
Divorce and Separation Attorney in Santa Clara County and the Bay Area
Any family dispute that requires the intervention of the law is bound to be emotional and very personal. It would be unreasonable to expect the parties to approach the issue from a totally logical perspective. This is why the guidance of a lawyer with more than 20 years of experience in the negotiation, mediation and litigation of family law matters can be so valuable.
With Gemma V. Reyes, Attorney at Law, you will find the straightforward answers and experienced representation you need. Contact Gemma Reyes, a San Jose family law lawyer, to set up an informative initial consultation.
Comprehensive Divorce and Family Law Practice
We handle a wide range of divorce and family law matters, including:
- Division of marital property, assets and debt
- Child support
- Spousal support or alimony
- Child custody and visitation
- Restraining orders and defense against false allegations of domestic violence
- Legal separation
Attorney Reyes also represents clients involved in paternity disputes.
Dedicated Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Practice
Attorney Reyes will help you understand your bankruptcy options. If you are thinking about bankruptcy before, after or during a divorce, she will advise you on a debt management solution that meets your needs.
She will work to modify your home loan and explain how bankruptcy will affect a foreclosure. Whether you are filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, attorney Reyes will provide you with dedicated service and an honest assessment of your options.
Contact Our San Jose Divorce Lawyer at 408-292-6289
Call Gemma V. Reyes, Attorney at Law, in Santa Clara at 408-292-6289 or contact us by e-mail now to schedule an appointment. You will discuss your case with a Campbell divorce attorney who can offer you the personalized solutions you need.
900 Lafayette Street, Suite 201, Room 12
Santa Clara, CA 95050
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.