Wendy Hernandez is a Phoenix family law attorney, divorce coach, founder of the Hernandez Family Law Firm and creator of Command the Courtroom.
Having tried over 1,000 cases during her 20 years as a litigator, Wendy is a courtroom warrior who has tackled every type of family law matter — from divorce to child custody and everything in between.
In addition to providing full-service representation for Arizona clients, Wendy is passionate about coaching individuals representing themselves on how to navigate the family law courtroom on their own:
"I want to say thank you. I just won a relocation case yesterday. My ex wanted to move the kids to her new hubbys house. I watch a bunch of videos from your page, many of which I reminded myself of during court. Primarily things like being fair in your demands and staying on the judge's good side. I'm not sure I'd of composed myself the same way without some of them, as this was very emotional for me and my girls. Thank you from the bottom of my heart." - Chris P.
"I just went to court and all your tips helped me in Illinois. I was pro se and was able to present a competent case." - Josh W.
"Just wanted to send the order over. I'm really happy. I got almost everything I wanted! Thank you for all your help with everything. :)" -Ashley M.
"I had a very difficult and long case, and Wendy handled it with the utmost professionalism, knowledge and dedication. Wendy and her staff were very responsive to me and my questions and responded to all necessary court requirements. In court, Wendy was fantastic as her long experience would suggest and demonstrated her clear understanding of family law, and she examined each witness to maximum effect. My case was very complicated, but due to Wendy's excellent representation I was given sole decision making and extremely fair parenting time. My outcome was much better than I expected, and I would recommend Wendy to anyone who is going through a divorce." -J.P.
Sharing secrets learned from the country’s top law professors at the University of Notre Dame Law School and during her battles on the family law front lines, Wendy inspires her clients to feel competent, confident and comfortable in the courtroom.
Oftentimes, one parent's behavior interferes with the other parent's relationship with the kids. Some people go so far as to call this behavior "parental alienation."
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