Law Office of Marilla J. Ronald

1550 The Alameda, Suite 315San Jose, CA 95126

Updated: 11/17/2017


Marilla Ronald is a 1990 graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law. She is certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.

Ms. Ronald practices in all areas of family law including:

  • Dissolution of marriage, legal separation and termination of domestic partnerships
  • Child custody and visitation, including modification of prior orders
  • Child support and spousal support
  • Division of...

Office Info

Practice Areas

  • Divorce (Property/Dept Division, Support, Custody) 50%
  • Modification of Custody & Visitation 20%
  • Modification of Support 20%
  • Paternity 10%

Classes and Seminars

  • What Family Court Judges Want You to Know, National Business Institute, 2007



Office Information


1550 The Alameda, Suite 315San Jose, CA 95126


  • 408-359-5356


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