Danielle devotes herself to providing each client with information he or she needs to decide if collaborative, mediation, or litigation is right for him or her. From there Danielle works with her client to help them through the process with compassion and understanding. Separation is a difficult time and she helps people find a new path.
B.S. in Chemistry from Southern Oregon University, 2006 J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law, 2013 Basic Collaborative Interdisciplinary Team Training, 2016 Professional Mediation and Conflict Management Training, 2018 Continued training in Collaborative and Mediation, present