At the Law Offices of Foreman & Rugile, our San Jose divorce attorneys provide our clients with one-on-one counsel and personalized legal representation. We work hard to develop legal strategies that are tailored to our clients’ specific needs. Our team is committed to serving the community with exceptional and reliable legal services.
Attorney Rugile has a Law Degree from Santa Clara University, School of Law. She was the recipient of an Emery Merit Scholarship and the Gerald Moore Scholarship for International Human Rights. Danella has served as a volunteer attorney with the Pro Bono Project of Silicon Valley, representing low-income litigants in civil domestic violence hearings in Santa Clara Superior Court. Prior to attending law school, Danella was a Parent Facilitator at the Redwood City Child Development Centers. As a Parent Facilitator, Danella was a passionate advocate for low-income parents of preschoolers, empowering them to take charge of their children’s education. She acted as a mediator between Parents and teachers when disputes arose. Danella also hosted a father's group, which provided support for fathers of preschoolers and encouraged them to play an active role in their children’s education.
Attorney Foreman received her Law Degree from Santa Clara University, School of Law. She graduated with honors from the University of Colorado with an emphasis in child psychology and behavioral genetics. During law school, Stephanie worked for in the economic justice department at Bay Area Legal Aid. There, she advocated for underprivileged persons in Santa Clara County to ensure their access to public benefits. Stephanie also served as a law clerk at the Pro Bono Project in San Jose where she advised and educated clients on the relevant law to make a well-informed legal decision and to understand the complexities of issues such as divorce, property division, child custody, and domestic violence limited scope representation. Stephanie has also served as a volunteer attorney with the Pro Bono Project’s Family Law Settlement Project.