Kellie Daniels serves as a Paralegal at the Law Office of Dana L. White.
Kellie officially joined our team as a Paralegal in January 2020, following an office internship during her final semester at Texas Wesleyan University.
Kellie assists four attorneys, with a focus primarily on family law matters. Kellie also works on cases involving wills and trusts, and general civil law.
Prior to joining our team, Kellie also worked as a paralegal intern for the Law Office of Gill & Brissette in Fort Worth.
During Kellie’s time working as a felony court clerk for the Tarrant County District Clerk’s office, she decided to return to school as a full-time student and complete her bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies.
- Texas Wesleyan University
- Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies
- Tarrant County Junior College
Professional Work History
- Paralegal, Law Office of Dana L. White (Jan. 2020 to present)
- Associate District Court Clerk (felony courts), Tarrant County District Clerk
- North Richland Hills Baptist Church, Administrative Assistant
- Secretary, Communications Workers of America, Local 6201
- State Bar of Texas – Paralegal Division
- Fort Worth Paralegal Association
- American Association of Notaries
- Tau Sigma National Honor Society,
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society,
Kellie has volunteered with Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services (TVAS), her local school district as a PTA board member, citizens’ bond committee member, as well as serving in church preschool and children’s ministries in various roles over the years.
Skills & Abilities
- Office/Case/Document Management
- Firm Central
- MS Office
- Notary Public, State of Texas
Areas of Interest
- Family Law
- Civil Law
- Wills, Estates & Probate
- Criminal Law
Kellie seeks to follow Jesus Christ and one of her favorite Bible verses is Philippians 4:8, “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” In her spare time, she enjoys being with family and friends. Kellie was a stay-at-home mom for years while also working part-time so she could be involved with her children’s activities. She has been married to her schoolteacher husband for over 34 years and has two grown sons, one daughter-in-law, and one very precious Chihuahua mix. Kellie enjoys photography, cooking, gardening, and watching professional (Kansas City Royals) and high school baseball with her husband.