Stacey began her career as a prosecutor in Jacksonville, Florida. She tried hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases at the State Attorney's Office and served in the Special Assault Unit involving sex crimes and crimes against children.
Stacey transitioned to private practice, handling a variety of cases, with concentrations in real estate and family law. Later, capitalizing on her experience in the Special Assault Unit, Stacey began conducting investigations/evaluations in family law cases. She developed ground-breaking strategies for assisting families in conflict that utilized both attorneys and mental health professionals working together on the same case.
Stacey is currently a sole practitioner offering specialized legal services to the Jacksonville community (social investigations/evaluations, guardian ad litem work, and supervised timesharing). Stacey is passionate about providing quality legal services at predictable rates. Stacey has been recognized as an expert and testified in hundreds of cases involving children.
Stacey is currently a student at Hodges University pursuing her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Serving Jacksonville, Florida and surrounding counties
Stacey is a native Floridian who raised three boys in Clay County, Florida. Stacey graduated with Honors from the University of Florida Fisher School of Accounting and UF Law. Her interests include bicycling (indoor and outdoor), boating, beaching, skiing, wakeboarding, stand up paddle boarding, and spending time with her family. Stacey is also a certified indoor cycling instructor. Her charitable interests include:
Captains for Clean Water
Buddy Up Tennis
K9's for Warriors
Stacey's professional activities include being a Member of the Board of Trustees of St. Johns Country Day School in Orange Park, Florida, membership in the Jacksonville Beaches Bar Association, and student membership in the American Counseling Association.
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