Danielle K. Wakefield
Ms. Wakefield is a solo practitioner litigating contractual disputes, real estate matters including wrongful foreclosure, community association disputes, construction cases and collection matters for consumers and small businesses for 15 years. Today, her practice is focused on debt collection and business litigation throughout California. She works on contract cases, real estate matters, unlawful detainers, homeowner association disputes, personal injury, business disputes, and general business litigation. She is a member of the California State Bar and licensed to practice law in all courts in California and the United States District Court (Central, Eastern and Southern Districts of CA). She has a high degree of success negotiating successful settlements for her clients, and obtaining assessment collection judgments for homeowner associations.
Ms. Wakefield completed her undergraduate education at California State University, Sacramento in 1996 with a degree in Environmental Science. She completed her law school education at the University of Denver College of Law in 2001 finishing in the top third of her class. She has been licensed to practice law since 2001. During law school, she was the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award in Corporations and served as a member of the student board of directors for the Natural Resources and Environmental Law Society. She was actively involved in moot court and worked for Earth Justice Legal Defense Fund as a licensed student-attorney.
She is also a licensed California Notary Public, a certified International Tour Guide, a former Colorado Woman’s Bar Association Member of the Year, and a Jennifer Robbins Scholarship Recipient. She is a past member of the California State Bar Committee on the Administration of Justice and likes to remain active in the legal community. She enjoys balancing her legal work with pro bono volunteer work at the Santa Ana Armory for the Public Law Center, taking on pro bono cases in Orange County – providing legal aid to indigent members of the community, working at battered women’s shelters and is an advocate for the LGBTQ community. For further information please email or call her office directly.
|1927 Harbor Blvd., Suite 808
Costa Mesa, California 92628
| Office 949-274-9975