Family & Estate Planning Attorney in Lee & Charlotte Counties
Attorney Theresa Daniels brings a wide variety of life experience to her law practice. As an estate planning and family law attorney in Southwest Florida, she has helped many families and individuals through extremely trying times. Estate planning and family law issues can be emotionally and financially devastating. They can be less so with a compassionate and sophisticated advocate, like Theresa, on your side.
Contact Southwest Florida divorce and family law attorney, Theresa Daniels, if you are going through any of the following:
- Estate Planning, guiding asset management
- Probate, last will and testament
- Divorce, including uncontested divorce
- Child custody, parenting plans, and visitation negotiations
- Child support plans and disputes, including modification and enforcement
- Questions about the establishment of paternity and rights of unmarried parents
- Disestablishment of paternity
- Domestic violence
Theresa brings a personal approach to her law practice and is always available to answer her clients’ questions. In fact, Theresa is highly experienced in some of the most complex areas of the law and has guided countless clients through challenging legal cases.
Attorney Theresa Daniels’ experience in the legal field is lengthy and distinguished. Understanding complex legal language, preparing intricate and lengthy paperwork, anticipating counter-arguments, appearing before legal administrators to make an argument on behalf of her clients- these are all skills an estate planning and family law attorney must have. If you need a calm, compassionate, and an assertive negotiator to help you with an estate planning or family law issue, contact Theresa Daniels.
A Fort Myers attorney with a vast amount of professional experience
Education & Background
Theresa Daniels earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Hodges University in Fort Myers and later graduated—with honors—from Barry University School of Law in Orlando. While she was a law student, she worked as a Senior Editor for the prestigious Barry Law Review and served as an Executive Board Member of the Barry Association of Women Lawyers. In addition, she was a member of the Student Trial Advocacy Team and a Certified Legal Intern who represented juvenile defendants in the Children and Families Clinical program at Barry University.
Before earning her law degree, she founded and was the President of Disability Advocates in Fort Myers. As President and Non-Attorney Claimant Representative of the company, she helped countless people in Southwest Florida file for Social Security Disability benefits, represented them at hearings if their claims were denied, and helped them in a variety of ways through the Social Security benefits claims process. She is more than skilled in negotiating even the most complex bureaucracies like the Social Security Administration and Florida Family Law Courts.