Husch Blackwell, Kansas City
Before joining Husch Blackwell in 2015, Dan Berezoski was a juvenile officer in Jackson County and a hearing officer for the Department of Social Services-Division of Legal Services.
He now puts that experience to work by serving in the place of Husch attorneys who assigned to represent indigent parents or juveniles pro bono in the Jackson County Circuit Court’s family court division.
Berezoski represents juveniles in delinquency cases, serves as a guardian ad litem, helps with adoptions and represents indigent parents, facing allegations of child abuse and neglect or threatened with the loss of their parental rights.
He works on the court’s Judicial Engagement Team and helped create tutorial videos to guide appointed attorneys through the intricacies of family law.
Berezoski earned his law degree in 2010 from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He serves as a member of Jackson County’s Juvenile Court Advisory Panel and on the board of directors of the Kansas City Youth Court. Earlier this year, he received an Impact of the Year Award from the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.