Diane L. Danois, J.D.

Attorney, Law Practice Transformation and Management

Diane Danois, Esquire is a Legal Practice Transformation consultant to law firms seeking to optimize workflow and efficiencies to improve productivity and profitability. Danois has successfully implemented case management methodologies for new and existing law firms, some of which grew to be some of the most recognizable, premier boutique litigation firms in the country. Danois has also represented women who have suffered catastrophic injuries resulting from delays in diagnosis of cancerous conditions including breast, cervical, uterine, colon, rectal and lung cancers. She concentrates her practice in the unique issues that arise for women who are fighting for their lives, while trying to support their families. She works tirelessly to assure that healthcare providers are held accountable for their negligence in an effort to assure higher quality healthcare for all women. Mrs. Danois also has a special interest in working with couples resolving post-divorce conflicts, such as modifications to parenting plans, blended-family and co-parenting issues.

Danois' credentials include attorney, certified family law mediator, and qualified parenting coordinator. She publishes regularly on topics relating to divorce, mediation and litigation, and also provides commentary on issues relating to step parenting and co-parenting.

Diane Danois is the author of "Cell Phones and Alimony," available on iBookstore. "Cell Phones and Alimony" is an introductory eguide to leveraging cell tower location data in termination of alimony claims.

Diane Danois is also the author of recently-released, "Cohabitation and Alimony - How to Prove Your Ex Is Living With Someone Else," now available on iBooks [] and Kindle [,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-v3-big,TopRight,0,-55_SX278_SY278_PIkin4,BottomRight,1,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_.jpg].

She earned her undergraduate degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and her Juris Doctorate degree from Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A past Board Member for the Miami/Fort Lauderdale Affiliate and Philadelphia Affiliate of Komen for the Cure, Diane has been a long-time advocate for breast cancer survivors. She is also a nationally-recognized speaker on volunteerism and advocacy.