At the beginning of her career, Stacey represented Condominium and Homeowners Associations in the greater Central Florida area and brings that insight to her diligent defense of developers, builders, and general contractors at Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP. While her area of focus largely encompasses the litigation of construction defect claims, Stacey has enthusiastically taken on and successfully resolved a variety of legal issues that have crossed her path. Having built a reputation as a tireless and tenacious advocate, she is known for her strategic thinking and persuasiveness. She draws from her personal and professional experiences in order to achieve the best results for her clients.
As a student at the School for Advanced Studies—a nationally recognized collegiate high school located in Miami, Florida—at age 16, Stacey first glimpsed the legal field during her college-level course, Introduction to the Law, in which she learned foundational legal concepts and participated in a mock trial. As part of the accelerated program, Stacey graduated high school just a few credits shy of an associate degree and was able to obtain her bachelor’s and master’s degrees by age 22.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Stacey worked for various law firms in Central Florida as a paralegal and law clerk focusing in the areas of personal injury litigation and homeowners insurance claims. During law school, she was awarded the “book award” in Insurance Law, Patents, and Health Law for earning the highest grade. Stacey also served as president of the Public Interest Law Society, fostering opportunities for law students to give back to the local community through volunteer work.
When Stacey takes a break from work, she enjoys playing board games with family and friends, listening to podcasts, or reading a good book. She also takes pride in giving back by serving on several Boards within her community.