Heather Mellyn Cullen, a native southern Californian, is a family law and divorce lawyer practicing in Riverside, California. She is a senior attorney and founding member at the Cullen, Murphy & Naples. She is successfully practicing since 1998.
She obtained B.A. in philosophy and law & society from the University of California. She later went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from the Davis School of Law at the University of California in 1997.
She has received several awards and recognition for her contribution to the field of law. She is an executive member of the San Bernardino County Bar Association, Riverside County Bar Association, the Family Law Section of the Riverside County Bar Association, and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee at the UCR.
She is an attorney member at the Rotary Club. She has acquired admission to practice law at the Central District Court of California. She is also a member of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of California.
Heather Cullen maintains effective and quality relationships with her clients. She treats them with integrity and respect. She provides intelligent legal representation by giving importance to the needs, goals, and objectives of her clients. She is a good listener and an excellent communicator.
She gives personal attention and represents her clients effectively in different types of family law matters such as contested/uncontested divorce, child custody, child and spousal support, domestic violence, legal separation, divorce with property division, preparation of documents, etc.
Attorney Cullen acts as a guide and advises her clients through the legal steps in a complex and usually disturbing legal process. Her skilled staff attorneys, paralegals, and researchers speed up the resolution of the case and help in keeping the client cost minimum.
She extends fast, fair, and thorough services by making use of sophisticated computerized case and records management system. It maintains up to date documents of every client. She provides strong advocacy for clients in settlement discussions and at trial. She tries to achieve out-of-court settlements to reduce the emotional and financial toll of her clients.
She also serves out-of-area and out-of-state clients, who do not reside locally and cannot always appear personally to handle each issue in their family law matter.
The clients can contact the attorney through telephone, fax, email, and overnight communication to resolve their issues. They can appear in a family law hearing via phone, and the lawyer is present to represent their interest.
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