DANIEL TIMM, M.B.A., J.D. | CCSK LAW

Daniel Timm, CCSK Law

Daniel Timm, CCSK Law

I am a family man, businessman, and attorney from Valparaiso. After 11 years in business and law as a financial advisor, Chief of Staff for the Porter County Assessor’s Office, and most recently as a Corporate General Counsel in the tech industry, I decided in 2018 to bring my experience to CCSK Law to work with small business owners & corporations, as well as private clients in business, contract, litigation, real estate, labor, and employment areas of law. My understanding and experience in business provides my clients practical solutions for execution in a variety of capacities. As an active volunteer & community leader, I can attest that my purpose for practicing law is my passion to serve. I really enjoy problem-solving for people, great companies, and in public service and helping them all achieve their desired results. So, I’m on a mission to bring a practical approach to the law and change the expectation level that people and companies have for the legal profession by delivering excellent and expedited client service while delivering fantastic results.

Tell us about ccsk

At CCSK, we strive to eliminate the complexities of law by taking the sophistication out of legal jargon and helping clients understand all of the options.

We tear down the walls that separate you from legal aide. We offer individuals and businesses in Northwest Indiana the legal services they need to protect their families and their assets.

How long have you been a lawyer?

I have been practicing since 2016.

Even though you aren't an owners of CCSK, how do you feel like your role at the firm relates to being an entrepreneur?

I am a complete and total entrepreneur. I have been working with a start up for 5 years now and have my own practice with CCSK.  I am responsible for obtaining my own clients.  It is a little bit of the best of both worlds.

How many people do you oversee? 

I currently have one secretary. In previous roles, I have overseen as many as 50 employees.

What's your favorite thing about working with small businesses? 

I love to help people. I also love to make connections and help others grow their businesses. Working with small businesses often allows me to do both at the same time.

Most difficult thing about working with small businesses? 

Balancing the things that I know that they need with their, often times, limited budgets.

Favorite local restaurant 

Radius or Tommy B's

Favorite local shop

Aster + Gray

Favorite business resource for small businesses 

I think that The Collective will grow into the best resource for small businesses in the area.

Most valuable lesson you've learned in your career 

Always pay it forward. Help people when they need it, not just when they can afford it. Karma is real.

Fun fact about you 

I am a closet Twilight fan. The books, not the movies.