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Meet MA State Managing Attorney, Jennifer Daniels!
Attorney Jennifer Daniel, Esq. works to ensure an efficient closing. With 9 years of experience at Res/Title, she’s also a trained CASA volunteer using her knowledge as an attorney to make a life-changing difference for children who have experienced abuse or neglect.
Jen’s favorite part of her job is helping clients through the closing process as a source of knowledge and comfort. As a caring and conscientious person, she frequently receives compliments on her responsiveness to both clients and lenders combined.
“I’m not just helping clients, but being a resource they can reach out to,” Jen said. “I’m there guiding them throughout the whole process.”
An alumna of New England Law, Jen started off as a paralegal at Res/Title, while studying for the Bar and becoming an attorney. With her vast experience at Res/Title, she uses her title knowledge not only in Massachusetts but across the country.
Outside of work Jen spends time with her husband and their three-year-old daughter, with another child on the way in 2020! Jen enjoys reading in her free time.
About the CASA Program
CASA volunteers review documents and records pertaining to the child’s case. Volunteers advocate for the child in court and provide written reports for court hearing.As there is no other interest or no compensation for the CASA attorney, it’s truly an unbiased opinion on behalf of the child.
Jen keeps a journal while working with the kids. She presents her findings to the court.
“Sometimes it can be a difficult situation, and very emotionally charged event,” Jen explained. “You need to read between the lines. Does this child have a bedroom and are they taken care of? Sometimes with abuse the parents are doing everything they can to cover that up.”
Jen is part of the Worcester County Chapter. She joined at the end of Law School, Jen wanted to use her new skills to volunteer.
“I choose this volunteer work because it’s the only perspective that’s in the courtroom that’s in the sole interest of the child, putting winning a case aside. It makes a difference.”