About: Daniel Leonetti is an Associate Attorney at our firm who handles all areas of family law. He represents clients in cases involving child support, child custody, spousal support, dissolution, legal separation, division of property, and restraining orders.
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration with a Marketing emphasis and Bachelor in Psychology, Loyola Marymount University (LMU); Whittier Law School, magna cum laude
Accreditation: Member of the Pasadena Bar Association
Experience: Prior to becoming an associate, Mr. Leonetti worked as a court appointed attorney representing minors and non-minor dependents in dependency proceedings. As minor’s counsel, he conducted over 100 dependency trials, and attended an average of 20-25 dependency hearings per week. Mr. Leonetti also has experience handling complex business litigation cases, including business and partnership disputes. In this role, he has successfully negotiated many favorable settlement agreements as counsel for both Plaintiffs and Defendants.
Educational Activities and Awards:
Earned a certificate in Trial and Appellate Practice
Earned a certificate in International and Comparative Law
Earned multiple CALI awards for excellence (having the highest grade in the class)
Was an active member of the Trial Advocacy Honors Board
Was an active member of the Criminal Law Society Honors Board
Long Beach Barristers
Joseph A. Ball/Clarence S. Hunt Inn of Court
Coach for Rosary HIgh School's mock trial team
As an undergraduate, he participated in various clubs and organizations, including participating as a player and club treasurer for the Loyola Rugby Club. He uses his legal knowledge and experience to fight for his clients' best interests. In complex family law or business litigation cases, he provides personalized attention as he helps his clients strive to reach a favorable outcome.