Danielle A. Peters
Danielle A. Peters
955 Horsham Road
Horsham, PA 19044
Phone: (215) 366-7839
Fax: (215) 710-8141
Estates and Probate
Danielle Peters, a partner at Bloom Peters, LLC, focuses on civil litigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with a special focus in family law. Ms. Peters is a skilled litigator who handles difficult legal matters, including high conflict divorce and custody matters which often involve children with special needs. Ms. Peters is also trained in collaborative law for situations where clients want to take a more civilized approach to their legal issues. Attorney Peters is an ardent advocate for her clients.
In 2017, because of her zealous advocacy on behalf of her clients with custody matters involving children with special needs, Ms. Peters participated as a panelist alongside Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Kevin M. Dougherty, Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas then Administrative Family Law Judge Kelly C. Wall and other distinguished panelists at programs at the Montgomery County Bar Association and before the Philadelphia Bar Association and the Family Court Judges on the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas on “Autism, Special Needs and Our Courts; A Town Meeting for Lawyers, Psychotherapists and Jurists.” Ms. Peters remains committed to not only helping clients navigate the court system, but finding creative solutions to the unique problems facing families with special needs children who find themselves with custody issues.
Prior to joining Bloom Peters, LLC, Ms. Peters was a Deputy District Attorney at the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office where she was assigned to Special Victims Division. She participated in all aspects of the criminal justice system from investigation through bench and jury trials. She was also responsible for any post trial litigation or appeals from the cases she prosecuted.
Ms. Peters was an active member of the Bucks County Crimes Against Older Adult Task Force and was a presenter at the 6th Annual William J. Neff Sr. Symposium on the Prevention of Crimes Against Older Adults. In addition to her duties in the Special Victims Division, she was also asked to assist in the administration of the county’s ARD program.
Ms. Peters also as a law clerk to The Honorable Raymond Batten, Superior Court, Criminal Division, in the State of New Jersey and worked as a legal intern at the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.
Bar and Court Admissions
Ms. Peters is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is a member in good standing of the Pennsylvania Bar and Montgomery Bar and participates in the Family Law Section and is a member of the Women in the Profession, Collaborative Law, the Gay and Lesbian Equality Committee, and the Criminal Defense Committee.
During law school, Ms. Peters was Vice President of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society and Vice President of the Women's Law Caucus at Widener University School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate.
Ms. Peters graduated from Villanova University with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science.