Stephanie’s practice concentrates on representing both individuals and families with estate and probate administration, probate litigation, guardianships, conservatorships, estate planning, and trust administrations. Stephanie also has an extensive background in family law, where she has represented clients in divorce matters, child custody and various support disputes, and other aspects of family law.
Stephanie graduated from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in trial and appellate advocacy, with distinction. While at Suffolk Law, Stephanie was a S.J.C. Rule 3:03 Certified Student Attorney in Suffolk’s Health Law Clinic where she represented individuals in both litigation and administrative matters, including guardianship and mental health cases.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Boston Bar Association
Publications and Speaking Engagements
- Co-Author, “Hornibrook V. Richard: Conservator As A Quasi-Judicial Officer Explained (Or Not!),” Massachusetts Bar Association (February 2022)