Danielle Mehall


Danielle Mehall is passionate about advocating for the families of Virginia. As an attorney in the family law department of Owen & Owens PLC, she is skilled in working through complicated issues to represent her clients and achieve their objectives. Danielle possesses significant experience in the negotiation of complex contracts involving issues across multiple disciplines.

Danielle began her professional career as an educator in the North Carolina Public Schools and Virginia Public Schools. There she was a zealous advocate for gifted students, leading a district wide Gifted Related After School Program (GRASP) that provided academic and social enrichment to the district’s identified gifted population. Danielle also taught contract law, real estate law, and other areas of law at multiple colleges in the NC Community College System.

Before moving to the Richmond area to practice family law, Danielle was a Magistrate of the 26th Judicial District and practiced family law in Maryland, translating her previous contract negotiation and corporate transaction experience into successful family law settlement negotiations.

Danielle received her undergraduate degree from Norfolk State University and her JD from Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law in 2008. She is currently a member of American Mensa, the Virginia Bar Association, and the Chesterfield Bar Association.


J.D., Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law (2008)
B.A., Norfolk State University

Virginia Bar Association
Chesterfield Bar Association

American Mensa