Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3C6
Throughout his family law career, Danny has enjoyed practising in a collaborative, consensus oriented basis. He completed his mediation certification in 1995 and collaborative certification in 2003. His daily focus is family law and his collaborative approach to both conflict resolution and consensus building has enabled him to enjoy his lengthy, productive career. On virtually a daily basis, he is used to working with counsellors, psychologists, physicians, financial specialists and, of course, counsel in seeking a resolution of all aspects of family law and incidental criminal matters which may arise from family disputes. His primary goal is to obtain an efficient, durable resolution of family problems through negotiation and collaboration rather than litigation. While he has coined the expression: 'Why litigate when you can collaborate?' he has practiced before the Courts of British Columbia continuously since 1973 and continues to do so.
Professional ActivitiesFounding Partner - Kahn Zack Ehrlich Lithwick
Law School, UBC, graduation 1972
University of British Columbia