Mr. Daniels focuses his practice on criminal law, DUI/DWI, divorce, personal injury and wills. He greatly enjoys pursuing justice for people who were injured as the result of another party's negligence, and putting together a strong case for those who were wrongly accused of a crime or received unnecessarily harsh charges. His experience has afforded him the opportunity to develop great empathy for the stress and fear his clients are undergoing, and to put their minds at ease.
Also experienced in the complicated matters of family law and divorce, Mr. Daniels always focuses on what is best for his client. When possible, he seeks a favorable settlement outside of court, but if litigation is necessary, Mr. Daniels is prepared to aggressively fight for his clients’ rights. When it comes to wills and estate matters, Mr. Daniels provides sound advice and solid documents that effectively carry out the wishes of his clients and protect their loved ones from those who would try to take advantage of their inheritance.Read less
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