DIEGO F. MacWILLIAM / Family Law Attorney           (408) 298-6204

    1625 The Alameda, Suite 800, San Jose, California 95126

Diego MacWilliam is a lawyer practicing Family Law primarily in Santa  
Clara County.  The firm handles divorce, legal separation, custody and
visitation, spousal support, child support and complex property division
cases, including high value assets. Diego MacWilliam has been a
practicing attorney in Santa Clara County for over 20 years.  The office
serves mainly Santa Clara County, including Palo Alto, Los Altos, San
Jose, Los Gatos, Mountain View, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, Santa Clara,
Campbell, Milpitas, Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Cupertino and Sunnyvale.

Diego MacWilliam is highly rated as a lawyer by Martindale Hubbell and
has extensive experience in Family Law.  He regularly handles complex
divorce cases involving "high value assets" such as real estate and
businesses.  In addition to being a highly effective litigator, Mr.
MacWilliam assists individuals undergoing divorce by taking a
collaborative approach and offering mediation services.  He is admitted to
practice law before all courts of the State of California, and the United
States District Court for the Northern District of California.

Mr. MacWilliam was born in Stanford, California and raised in Madrid,
Spain, where he completed High School.  He is fluent in Spanish.  Upon
returning to the United States, he attended and graduated from the
University of California, Berkeley, with a A.B. degree in Legal Studies.  
He subsequently attended and graduated from Santa Clara University
School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree (JD).

Office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Weekend appointments are
available upon request.  Please call to schedule an appointment.

   1625 The Alameda, Suite 800
   San Jose, California 95126
   (408) 298-6204

-   Divorce

-  Child Custody / Visitation

-  Child Support

-  Document Preparation

-  Legal Separation

-  Mediation

-  Modification Orders

-  Prenuptial Agreements

-  Property Division

-  Restraining Orders

-  Spousal Support  / Alimony

-  Uncontested Divorces