“The greatest advice I have ever received is that attorneys are not only legal counselors, but we have the power to be life counselors as well.”
Daniel Hernandez concentrates in: Criminal, Foreclosure Defense, Immigration, and Traffic law. He advises clients on: foreclosure matters and other options such as: loan modifications, short sales, and deed in lieu of foreclosures. In the area of Criminal Law, Daniel provides clients general information throughout the criminal process. He also advises clients on traffic infractions, and immigration matters such as: family based petitions for green cards, applications for naturalization, and general questions regarding removal proceedings.
Both of Daniel’s parents migrated to the United States from Cuba, making Daniel a first generation American. When he was ten years old Daniel decided to be an attorney in order to help others in matters where they could not help themselves. While attending law school, Daniel collaborated in criminal law cases serving as an intern in the Sexual Battery Division of Miami Dade County Public Defender’s Office Juvenile Division, and at the Felony Unit of the Broward State Attorney’s Office.
Areas of Concentration
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
Nova Southeastern University Sheppard Broad Law Center (JD)
Florida International University, Bachelors of Science, Criminal Law. Minor in Psychology.
Professional and Community Involvement
Cuban American Bar Association (CABA))
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Dean’s List, Nova Southeastern University Sheppard Broad Law Center
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity
Causes Daniel cares about
Community fitness and health