Daniel Pelic is an Associate in HDRB&B’s Matrimonial & Family Department and has dedicated his entire practice to matrimonial and family law litigation and appeals. Daniel assists clients with various matters involving divorce, child custody, child support, equitable distribution, appeals, domestic violence restraining orders, grandparent visitation, Division of Child Protection and Permanency matters, adoptions, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Following law school, Daniel had the rare privilege of being selected to serve two consecutive judicial clerkships. Over the course of his clerkships, he drafted hundreds of judicial opinions setting forth his judges’ decisions. Daniel leverages his knowledge of judges’ decision-making processes in servicing his clients.
Daniel understands that clients looking for representation with matrimonial and family law matters are likely experiencing some of the most upsetting and stressful experiences of their lives. Daniel takes great pride in advising and guiding clients through these matters and works tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome.
Daniel’s pro bono work has included representing plaintiffs in domestic violence restraining order cases and assisting indigent veterans in child custody and child support related matters.