Mediation.com Welcomes Texas Divorce and Family Law Attorney Daniel Clanton

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Clanton brings a variety of family law experience to the professional team at Mediation.com.

Daniel Clanton | Texas Mediator | Divorce and Family Law

Daniel Clanton | Texas Mediator | Divorce and Family Law

Communication is the cornerstone of an effective attorney-client relationship, so you can expect to be in regular contact with me throughout your case. I go out of my way to ensure you are never left wondering what is happening with your case.

Daniel Clanton is one of the newest additions to Mediation.com. He has a wide variety of experience, including work with contested and uncontested divorce, child custody, and paternity cases.

According to Mr. Clanton, “I believe in providing each of my clients a personal approach to their concerns and focus my energy on striving for creative solutions to unique challenges. Communication is the cornerstone of an effective attorney-client relationship, so you can expect to be in regular contact with me throughout your case. I go out of my way to ensure you are never left wondering what is happening with your case.”

Mr. Clanton provides every client individualized attention throughout the entire divorce process. The process begins with an honest assessment of each case and counsel from beginning to end. His goal is to help clients make objective decisions that are best for their families.

By combining both legal and real-world experience, Mr. Clanton is able to help divorcing couples and their children with their family transition. As both a child and a father, he has experienced the impact of divorce on a very personal level. He knows first-hand the personal and emotionally charged issues families face because of divorce.

After earning his Juris Doctorate from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Mr. Clanton was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2011. He was an Apache Instrutor Pilot in the US Army and worked at Marsala, Massey & Clanton, LLP, before launching his family law practice in 2012. Eighty percent of his practice is dedicated to family law.

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