Stacy grew up in Central Florida, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida, and graduated from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2015 with a Juris Doctor. During law school, Stacy advocated for clients through participation in the family law clinic, was a founding member of the student ACLU organization, and received the highest grade in her legal writing course.
After graduation, Stacy worked in the areas of non-profit, elder, and real estate law before working for the judiciary as a civil staff attorney in Osceola County. There, she was responsible for reviewing and processing all probate and guardianship matters filed in the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Osceola County. This unique experience enabled her to learn many of the pitfalls and challenges associated with probate and guardianship law.
Stacy is a member of the Real Property, Probate, & Trust Law (RPPTL) section and the Elder Law section of the Florida Bar Association. She has a passion for elder law and her primary goal is to compassionately serve clients across the State of Florida and minimize the stress related to asset protection, estate planning, probate, and guardianship.