Daniel J. Marchese joined Paletz Law as an Associate Attorney in May, 2022. Daniel attended the University of Michigan where he earned an AB in English and a Masters of Public Administration. He attended law school at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law where he obtained his JD.
As a law student, Daniel was a Senior Advocate on the Moot Court Board of Advocates and competed in prestigious international competitions in Washington D.C. and Toronto, Canada. Daniel was also Vice President of the St. Thomas More Law Society and advocated for the advancement of the less fortunate. He won the 2010 Walk by Faith award for his dedication and outstanding commitment to public interest work. In addition, Daniel was a Dean’s scholar for his academic achievements and was awarded the 2010 Public Interest Fellowship for his commitment to public service.
After law school, Daniel formed his own law firm which he successfully ran for ten years. Beginning his practice in the areas of real estate and estate planning, Daniel evolved into an outstanding civil litigator, handling cases in the areas of debt settlement, bankruptcy, construction, real estate, probate and other civil matters. Daniel then shifted his practice to family law where he became one of the top practitioners in the field. Daniel has won more than 50 national awards for his excellence in law practice, has been highly praised by his peers, and has a strong reputation with his former clients, fellow attorneys and court staff.
Daniel is a compassionate counselor that treats his clients like family and brings a humble and loving approach to the way he practices law. When not working, Daniel is a family-oriented person and adores his two children. He is a man of strong faith, spends much of his free time volunteering, and is active in his local parish. He is also an avid hiker and runner.
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