Danelle Wozniak is a compassionate lawyer experienced in handling many types of family law cases including divorce, legal separation, establishing paternity, related adoptions, orders of protection, custody disputes, and child support.
“ Whether you are facing marriage difficulties, considering bankruptcy, or have found yourself in the position of a defendant in our justice system, I can help sort out the facts and present favorable options. ”
Danelle grew up in Kane County and graduated from Dundee Crown High School in Carpentersville. Sticking to her midwest roots she attended the University of Iowa and graduated in 2001. She is a proud Hawkeye with a Bachelors degree in Journalism with an emphasis in English. Immediately following college graduation she became a staff writer for The Daily Herald, Elgin branch. During college Danelle knew that she wanted to work to help people and decided early in her college career that she wanted to become a lawyer. Danelle’s legal career focused initially on criminal law when she interned with the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office. At the KCSAO she worked in the Child Advocacy Center prosecuting child abuse and sex offense cases. After graduating with her Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School in January 2005, she worked as an associate attorney for a general practice law firm in Elgin until October 2009. During that time she gained valuable experience in family law as well as other civil litigation areas including bankruptcy and collections. Danelle established her own legal practice in November 2009 and successfully represents clients in Kane County, McHenry County, Dekalb County, DuPage County, Lake County and Cook County.
Danelle enjoys being a mother two her three children, spending time with her husband, horse-back riding hunter/jumpers, and playing violin.