Daniel J. Seiden
Our lives are constantly changing and during those times of change we need someone to help, someone to understand, and someone to be an advocate. Dan is that person for each of his clients.
Growing up in Milford, CT, Dan developed a passion for advocating his points of view and those of others. After graduating from Fairfield Prep, Dan attended Fordham University in the Bronx, where he was a Philosophy major. It was there that Dan knew that he wanted to dedicate his life and career to the law. Reading, interpreting, understanding, and advocating a position are what Dan always enjoyed the most in school. Helping people is what he always enjoyed most in life. A Quinnipiac University School of Law graduate, Dan now brings his passion and skill to all his clients. Whether seeking justice for an employee who has been wrongly terminated, protecting the rights of a person injured in an accident, or representing the interests of buyers or sellers in real estate transactions, Dan is dedicated to his work and his clients.
Outside of the office, Dan can be found at home in North Branford with his wife, Jen, and their two children, Kennedy and August. There, Dan enjoys kicking the soccer ball around with his kids, going to the beach, hiking Connecticut trails, skiing, rooting for the New York Mets, and enjoying a night out with his wife.
Dan has gained a wide array of experiences since his first “official” job at the age of 15 when he started cleaning offices and local bars for a cleaning company. Since then, from bar backing in New Haven to commercial fishing for lobsters and clams in Long Island Sound throughout college and law school to clerking for judges at the New Haven Superior Court, Dan has always been a believer of hard work. Prior to forming Monarch Law with his partner, Tony Interlandi, Dan worked for a reputable law firm in North Haven handling litigation cases for plaintiffs and defendants and representing real estate clients in their transactions.
Quinnipiac University School of Law (2008)
Fordham University (2004)
Phi Sigma Tau (National Philosophy Honors Society)
Federal Bar (2011)
NHCBA: Real Estate Committee Chairperson
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