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Danielle Kimble

Attorney at Law

Danielle Kimble, Attorney at Law, joined Collins Family & Elder Law Group in 2023. She is licensed to practice in South Carolina and is based in the firm’s Summerville, South Carolina office.

Experience & Scope of Practice

Danielle graduated from the Charleston School of Law in 2022. During law school, Danielle was an active member of the Transactional Law Team, held several positions as a legal extern in the automotive industry for transactional work, and clerked at a small law firm in Charleston doing civil litigation. She also had the opportunity to participate in a judicial observation program with a Family Court judge in Charleston, South Carolina, where she experienced the positive impact family law attorneys can have, even in the most difficult situations. Danielle is originally from Florida, where she attended the University of Central Florida to earn her B.A. in Political Science.

Personal Interests

When she’s out of the office, Danielle loves to spend her time outside, either with her dog, on the bike trails, or at the beach. As a foodie, she enjoys exploring Charleston’s restaurants with friends.

South Carolina: 2022

Year Licensed

Practice Philosophy

My primary goal is to help my clients navigate through this difficult time with compassion.


  • J.D., Charleston School of Law
  • B.A., University of Central Florida
Practice Philosophy

Membership, Associations, & Awards

  • South Carolina Bar Association

Practice Areas

Client Testimonial

Willing to go the extra mile to help their clients!

Collins Family Law Group is a wonderful group of women willing to go the extra mile to help their clients. If you’re going through a divorce situation, I would highly recommend you contact them.

Laura S.

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