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Danielle N. Santoro, Esq.

Associate Attorney
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Danielle@PaLegalServices.com

Danielle N. Santoro, Esq. is an associate attorney who has successfully assisted clients with a variety of family law matters including divorce, child custody, child and spousal support, marital property distribution, and prenuptial agreements. Prior to joining Notaro, Calabrese, and Epstein, P.C., Danielle was an associate at KPMG, a “Big 4” accounting firm, where she focused her practice in tax law consulting and tax aspects surrounding merger and acquisition deals.

Danielle attended The Pennsylvania State University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Finance and a minor in International Business. She then obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. During law school, Danielle was a certified legal intern for the University of Pittsburgh’s Elder Law Clinic and served as a managing editor on the Pittsburgh Tax Review. She earned two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for receiving the highest grades in her family law and criminal law courses. Upon graduation, she was awarded the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s Family Law Award for her exceptional performance in family law as a law student.

Outside of the classroom, Danielle interned for Judge Arnold Klein and Judge Robert Gallo in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Family and Criminal Divisions. She also held an internship at KPMG and multiple internships at the Bank of New York Mellon, one of the world’s largest custodian banks and asset servicing companies. Danielle’s experience in family law and background in finance and taxation allow her to better serve clients when assisting with financial matters relating to family law.

Danielle is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court of Western Pennsylvania. Danielle grew up east of Pittsburgh and in her spare time, enjoys running, hiking, and kayaking.

Publication: Danielle Santoro, Note, Chicago Citizens Unamused by Chicago's Expanded Amusement Tax, 15 Pitt. Tax Rev. 1, 267 (2018). Available at: http://taxreview.law.pitt.edu/ojs/index.php/taxreview/article/view/74/110.