About Danielle Wakefield
Danielle Wakefield is a solo practitioner representing individuals and small businesses. As a solo, she is able to serve each client with personalized attention and exceptional representation at reasonable rates. For 17 years, Danielle has been litigating contractual disputes, real estate matters including wrongful foreclosures, community association matters, construction cases and collection matters. She has a high success rate of negotiating settlements for her clients and obtaining judgments.
Ms. Wakefield 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 completed her undergraduate education at California State University, Sacramento in 1996 with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Her legal training was completed 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.
Danielle enjoys balancing her legal work with volunteering and taking on pro bono cases –providing legal aid to indigent members of the community, working at battered women’s shelters and is a tireless advocate for the LGBTQIA community. Most recently, she began training to assist “Dreamers” become U.S. Citizens under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) program. She is active in many entrepreneur societies and organizations. She enjoys spending her free time with friends, family and her fur-babies, collecting wine, outdoors activities, and traveling.