Law Firm Administrator
The Atlanta Divorce Law Group
3510 Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30005 (Main Office)
Phone: (678) 203-9893
Fax: (770) 854-1008
I have a younger sister and two amazing parents. We moved a few times when I was young before settling in Alpharetta where my sister and I grew up. We were pretty lucky; we had parents that loved us, no financial worries that we knew about, and overall a very happy childhood. Our family now extends to our friends and new additions to the family as well.
To me, family is comprised by the people that want what is best for you. It doesn’t matter if they are related by blood, marriage, or simply lifelong friends. They are going to support you and help you be a better you. Sometimes that means they challenge your thinking and teach you better ways of approaching life. Sometimes it’s simply listening and being by your side. It’s about forgiving when someone messes up; looking past the character flaws and embracing the person for who they are. Being family and loving each other doesn’t mean things are going to be easy; it simply means that you walk out of the valleys and up the mountains together, taking turns carrying each other to lighten the burden when things get too hard.
Stacey graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications in 2003. She worked as a video production assistant for a short time before realizing that career path wasn’t for her. In 2007, Stacey graduated as a double “dawg” from the University of Georgia with a Master’s in Education. She worked as a programs coordinator for a recreation company for 5 years and loved getting to work with so many different families at that job. That experience taught her how to provide top client services to different family structures. Life circumstances took her out of that industry and brought her to the legal industry. Today, she thrives at having the opportunity every day to be part of making a difference in people’s lives.
In her spare time, Stacey runs an annual charity Tennis Tournament in memory of her daughter, Peyton. The tournament is to raise awareness and funds for research to find a cure for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, the terminal genetic disorder her daughter suffered from. In the first two years of the event, the tournament has already raised $30,000! Stacey also loves to play tennis herself.