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Stephanie McQueen-Zehm is an of-counsel attorney with the firm. Stephanie a Sarasota native and attended Stetson University College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor. She went to Florida Gulf Coast University for her undergraduate work where she received a BS in Legal Studies. Stephanie is a member of the Florida Bar and is also admitted to practice in the Southern District of Florida, Middle District of Florida, and Northern District of Florida. Stephanie has spent a majority of her legal career as a trial attorney at both the state and federal court levels.

This experience has lead Stephanie on a path devoted to help keep her clients out of court. She is dedicated to educating the community and her clients on the difference between the traditional estate planning process and the firm’s Family Wealth Planning Session process. Stephanie’s goal is to help her clients share their morals, values, memories, and things they’ve learned, and not just what they’ve earned, with those they leave behind.


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