Daniel E. Brickley is an Associate Attorney at Winkler Kurtz, LLP with a concentrated focus in matrimonial law. Known for his steadfast and compassionate approach, Daniel aims to help families cordially resolve their issues while always representing the best interests of his clients.
As a devoted advocate for families, Daniel’s investment in his clients goes far beyond just winning a case. To Daniel, family is paramount. He approaches matrimonial actions with the utmost care and respect for all individuals involved. By providing optimal support, Daniel’s clients find comfort in his approach and feel confident that their needs are being adequately represented. Daniel’s thoroughness and ability to stay in-tune with his clients allows him to achieve the best possible results while protecting the family unit during the challenging portions of the legal process.
Outside of the firm, Daniel remains highly involved in the legal community. He is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. With a defined interest in social advocacy, Daniel is also a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association’s LGBTQ Committee, as well as a proud member of both the Human Rights Campaign and the Lambda Legal Defense Fund.
In addition to his passion for matrimonial law, Daniel has a strong relationship with the Arts. He possesses an extensive background in media with a career that spanned television, digital, and print journalism. Growing up in a family of artists, Daniel has also held memberships to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian Institute, and Museum of Modern Art.
Daniel is graduate of New York University, with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Classics. He received his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2017 and the New Jersey State Bar in 2018. Daniel worked as an Associate Attorney, providing full service counsel for depository and non-depository financial institutions for two years before joining the team at Winkler Kurtz, LLP in 2019.
As a Long Island native, Daniel left city life after living in Manhattan for many years to settle down with his husband and pet pug, in his hometown on Long Island’s East End in 2017.