Steven Allen Dinneen is a peer-endorsed attorney representing families all across California. His knowledge and experience in the various aspects of family law have given him the tools to successfully resolve cases for his clients. Licensed to practice law in 2007, Mr. Dinneen has received recognition for his integrity, honesty and willingness to communicate. He believes that by working together, his clients can achieve the best outcome possible. Owner of the Law Offices of Steven A. Dinneen, Mr. Dinneen handles a wide variety of family law cases including divorce, military divorce, paternity, custody and visitation, spousal maintenance and alimony and modifications, among others. In addition, he is skilled in cases involving guardianships, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and marital property concerns. Mr. Dinneen’s experience demonstrates that he is not afraid to tackle any case. Mr. Dinneen is dedicated to staying at the top of his legal practice, and strives to stay abreast of current legal matters. He is a member of the Santa Clara County Bar Association and the State Bar of California. Primarily practicing out of his office in San Jose, California, Mr. Dinneen handles cases throughout the state, including Santa Clara, San Mateo, Monterey and Alameda Counties. Family law matters can be complex and emotionally charged. Mr. Dinneen is dedicated to helping his clients reach amicable solutions to their marital or family law cases wherever possible. With a passion and drive for advocacy, Mr. Dinneen takes every client’s needs into consideration and works diligently to protect their rights.
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California Western School of Law- 2006 JD- Juris Doctor
San Jose State University- 2001 BA- Bachelor of Arts
The Law Offices of Steven A. Dinneen provides a free 30-minute consultation.
The Law Offices of Steven A. Dinneen represents clients in Santa Clara, Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz counties.
Our firm handles family law cases including divorce, spousal support, child custody and visitation, child support, domestic violence, prenuptial agreements, and mediation.