Stacie Drawdy, Esq.
A native Floridian, Ms. Drawdy received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Florida in 1996 and subsequently earned her law degree from Florida Coastal School of Law.
Stacie has been in private practice for over fifteen years and has focused her practice primarily in the area of divorce and family law. Stacie is a member of The Florida Bar, the Clay County Bar Association, as well as a member of the Florida Family Law Inn of Court. In 2008, she received the Honorable Lamar Winegart, Jr. Award for her pro bono work. She has also served as the special magistrate for code enforcement for Clay County.
Ms. Drawdy takes pride in professionally, aggressively and efficiently representing each one of her clients, tailoring her skills to fit their needs and goals.
Stacie represents clients throughout Northeast Florida on a broad array of divorce and family law issues. She is an experienced advocate for her clients and handles complicated dissolution actions, including those requiring the equitable distribution of complex assets and highly contested child custody disputes. She also represents clients in uncontested dissolution actions. Her practice encompasses all aspects of family law, including modification and enforcement of judgments, the establishment of paternity, domestic violence and military dissolution actions.
Stacie is a past president of the Clay County Bar Association, and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society, Clay Operating Unit and Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. She has served as a guest lecturer for several family law seminars.