Attorney Delilah Knox Rios has practiced law for 37 years with an emphasis in Family Law including Divorce, Paternity, Child and Spousal Support, Complex Child Custody and Community Property Issues, Small Business Contracts, Wills, Trusts, and Probate. She is admitted in 1980 State Bar of California and in the U.S. District Court, Central, Southern, and Eastern Districts of California. Attorney Delilah Knox Rios, is as an Advocate of Collaborative Family Law and Family Law Mediation, and a Certified Family Law Specialist, State Bar of CA, Board of Legal Specialization, provides not only Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) but litigation services, to clients in all counties of Southern California .
ADR Services Offered
Family Law and Probate Mediator
Collaborative Divorce Resolution
Education & ADR Training
Western State University College of Law – Juris Doctor 1979
Western State University College of Law B.S.L. 1978
Delilah has extensive experience as a Mediation and Collaborative Law trainer, present training on her own, with Collaborative Professional organizations and with well known Mediator and Trainer Woody Mosten.
California Arbitration & Mediation Services
State Bar of California
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Riverside County Bar Association
East-West Family Law Council
President of the Collaborative Divorce Professionals of the Inland Empire (CDPIE)
Professional Awards & Honors
Selected to Super Lawyers 2010, 2012-2020
Highly Rated Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorney in Diamond Bar California.
California Arbitration & Mediation Services is a not-for-profit mutual benefit corporation formed under the laws of the state of California. The panelists are independent contractors who are compensated directly for his/her services. All references to “Mediator” apply both to the lawyer Mediator and any other professional serving as Mediator, consultant, assisting the mediator or communicating with the parties regarding the mediation. Each Panelist is independently insured. Mediators serve with qualified judicial immunity from liability under California law (California Evidence Code §703.5 and Howard v Drapkin, (1990) 222 CA3rd 843).