A problem solver and litigator both in and out of court, Daniel Boocher represents businesses, insurance companies, individuals, and families in civil, insurance, family, criminal, and commercial disputes. He has successfully advocated resolution for matters ranging from business and insurance disputes to those of a personal nature, including divorce and custody disputes.
A negotiator who is realistic, down-to-earth, and compassionate with those he serves, Daniel is valued for his outstanding research, writing, and courtroom advocacy. He is also appreciated for his dedication to efficiency, professionalism, and responsiveness to clients and colleagues. Because Daniel is experienced in litigation matters and in working through the court system, he can identify the pros and cons of his client’s position, develop a strategy that achieves the right end, and design talking points that are reasonable, grounded in fact and law, and persuasive to both judges and juries.
After graduating summa cum laude from law school, Daniel spent a year as a judicial law clerk for Kent County Circuit Court Judge Dennis Leiber, researching and drafting hundreds of opinions and orders in criminal, civil, and family law matters. Originally from Cadillac, Michigan, he practices in Kreis Enderle’s Grand Rapids office.
Honors & Awards
- Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly “Up and Coming Lawyer,” 2020