Dan earned his Juris Doctor from the Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, after earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. A recipient of a full academic scholarship, Dan earned numerous academic distinctions during his law school career. He graduated magna cum laude in the top five of his class, was appointed to serve as an internal editor for the Widener Law Review, was published twice before graduation and was designated as a Law and Government Scholar. His academic success led Dan to begin his professional career serving as a judicial clerk in the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County.
Dan’s passion for the law led him to a diverse legal career where he achieved great success at every turn. He has practiced in commercial construction litigation, maritime law, and suretyship, and spent twelve years as an owner of a practice focused solely on family law issues. His hard work and dedication have earned him a reputation for providing thorough and compassionate advice to any client he is fortunate enough to assist. Over the past 15 years, Dan has concentrated his life and his legal practice on helping families with any issues they face. A true believer in public service, he has also dedicated an extraordinary amount of time to serving his community. He has been a member of numerous charitable boards throughout his career, including time spent as the President of his local school board.