Danielle Edwards - Turco Legal

Danielle Edwards

Paralegal

Danielle Edwards joined Turco Legal in 2015. She is a Suffolk University graduate and holds a degree in Paralegal Studies. Danielle has over fourteen years of paralegal experience. Prior to joining Turco Legal, she held positions at several prominent law firms, including a boutique Boston firm specializing exclusively in divorce and family law.

Danielle’s Role

Danielle has extensive experience in assisting attorneys and helping clients through high conflict family law matters. Her experience includes child custody disputes, child relocation issues, premarital agreements and complicated financial litigation. No matter the issue, Danielle prides herself in her ability to support clients through what can one of the toughest times in their lives.

In her role as Paralegal, Danielle is a client point of contact on all files. Among other activities, her role includes assisting clients with document preparation and coordination of financial disclosure documents. She also supports the firm’s attorneys in organizing case files, and coordinating litigation events, such as hearings, settlement conferences, and mediations. Danielle is a resource to our clients every step of the way.

Life Outside of the Firm

Outside of the law practice, Danielle is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) and the Greater Newburyport Bar Association (GBNA). She is a happily married mother of two and resides in Newburyport. As a current law student at Massachusetts School of Law, Danielle will soon be adding the title of “Juris Doctor” to her name.

Danielle’s Approach

Whether it be that first phone call, the initial meeting or a quick question, you will always feel welcome and reassured after speaking with Danielle. “Danielle Edwards is a fantastic resource to the firm. She brings tremendous knowledge and experience to the critical role of paralegal. I have no doubt that Danielle’s compassionate and thoughtful approach will make clients feel comforted during what can be trying times,” says Attorney Damian Turco.