Danielle Vaughn opened Vaughn Law, PLLC in St. Petersburg, FL in 2018. She practices solely in Real Estate Law, but in every capacity. She represents a wide range of clients, which include developers, investors, judges, and first-time home buyers.
After graduating from the University of Nebraska, College of Law with her law degree, Mrs. Vaughn practiced law at Davis Basta Law Firm, a Real Estate Law Firm in Palm Harbor, Florida for a number of years, where she gained extensive knowledge and experience in Real Estate Law. Here, Mrs. Vaughn’s work was focused on closings and title work, landlord and tenant disputes, preparing and reviewing contracts and leases, Real Estate litigation, and HOA and condominium disputes. During that time, Mrs. Vaughn also attended the widely renowned Masters of Legal Studies in Real Estate/Property Development program at the University of Miami, School of Law. Mrs. Vaughn was taught the intricacies of Real Estate Law by top professors, scholars, and experts in the field. She obtained her LL.M. in Real Property Development in 2013.
Mrs. Vaughn grew up in Green Bay, WI (she is still a die-hard Packers fan), where she worked as a restaurant manager while obtaining her undergraduate degree in Business Management. Mrs. Vaughn’s background in management provided her with crucial skills in customer service and problem-solving, that benefit her every day as a real estate attorney. Mrs. Vaughn is dedicated to providing the best service to every client and has implemented firm wide polices on providing such service to ensure proper and timely communication with clients.
Mrs. Vaughn is known for her strong and determined personality which is paramount to her successful resolution of Real Estate matters. She takes on any real estate matter with a can-do attitude, even when the case seems overwhelming to most. As you will see, she is not one to back down lightly and she will not give up on your cause!
Danielle Vaughn enjoys using her skills to help clients resolve their issues and utilize their real property to the best of their ability. She is a volunteer at the Community Law Program and assists with their housing clinic. She is an active member of several committees and is continually gaining further education on the everchanging laws. She also has passion for sharing her legal knowledge through presentation and speaking engagements.
If you are looking for a lawyer that will not stop until they receive the outcome that is fair and just, you have found her!
- LL.M., 2012, University of Miami School of Law in Real Property Development
- J.D., 2010, University of Nebraska College of Law
- B.S., 2008, University of Phoenix, in Business Management
- Board Member of Bay Area Real Estate Council
- Member, Attorneys Title Insurance Fund
- Member, Clearwater Bar Association
- Presentation on Landlord Tenant Law A-Z, 2019 Community Law Program
- Presentation on Resolving Boundary Disputes, 2017, HalfMoon Education Inc.
- People’s Law School Presenter on the Purchase and Sale of Property, 2011-2013
- Award for Exceptional Pro Bono Service in 2015
- Presented on behalf of the Supreme Court of Florida, the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar, and the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association.
Volunteer & Pro Bono Work:
- Community Law Program
- Lawyers for Literacy
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Vaughn Law offers its clients a different, more personalized and service orientated approach, by tailoring its representation to its client’s needs. At Vaughn Law, we understand that this may be an overwhelming, unfamiliar and stressful time for our clients, therefore we strive to help our clients understand the intricacies of the legal system and to keep them informed throughout the process.