When you go through a divorce it can feel like you’re about to lose the things in your life that matter the most. You have to deal with a new living arrangement. Your finances are threatened. Even the role you play in the lives of your children can change.
With so much on the line, it’s important for you to have an advisor and advocate in your corner to give you the legal guidance you need in and out of the courtroom. Our Albuquerque, New Mexico, attorneys will walk you through every step of the divorce process and help you start the next chapter of your life.
Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men
Our Albuquerque attorneys can handle a broad range of family law matters from uncontested divorce to complex asset division. They exclusive practice family law with a focus on men’s divorce to give them a better understanding of the unique legal challenges you will face in the courtroom as a man and father.
It is our mission to be advisors and advocates for men before, during, and after divorce, with a passionate devotion to excellence.
Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights
Cordell & Cordell was founded in 1990 by Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne. In the years since, the firm has helped level the playing field for men in family law.
Cordell & Cordell has grown to more than 100 offices across the United States and is one of the largest family law firms serving men in the world. In May 2015, the firm expanded internationally by opening its first office in the United Kingdom.
Albuquerque Client Testimonials
“Amy Bailey is great. She was on top of everything. The minute my ex and I would agree on something, she would type it up and have it notarized right then. It was nice to have the peace of mind.”
“Phyllis has been very attentive to my issues throughout the entire process. I entered into this with no idea how it would go or what I even wanted. She has offered guidance and expertise that has been reassuring through the whole ordeal.”
“Amy Bailey is a great attorney. … I would absolutely use her again if needed.”