Connie R. Stephens

Connie R. Stephens

Alimony Lawyer
Clearwater, FL




No Misconduct



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About Me

With more than twenty-two years of experience with law litigation, I bring substantive knowledge of emerging law and significant trial experience to the practice of family law in Florida. As a skilled law advocate, I'm a zealous advocate in pursuit of my clients rights. My knowledge of current and emerging legal issues has garnered me recognition in the legal community. I'm a contributor to 'The...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Client Reviews

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Assertive, Knowledgeable, Frank and Honest

Posted by: Lauren over 3 years ago.

I live in the Clearwater area and the year before last my ex-husband and I seperated and a messy, drawn-out legal battle ensued over our divorce,...
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Showing 2 of 5 peer endorsements

James Emerson Royal
James Royal

Clearwater, FL

8 months ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

I endorse this lawyer. She is a zealous advocate for her clients.
Allyson Hughes
Allyson Hughes

New Port Richey, FL

About 1 year ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer. Connie Stephens is an excellent Marital and Family law attorney. She is highly experienced, driven, articulate and very...
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1989 License Status: Member in Good Standing for the state of Florida.
Last updated by Avvo: 06/14/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2002 – present

Connie R. Stephens, P.A.


Showing 1 of 1 degree

1988 Law in

Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center


Showing 1 of 7 awards

2008 President's Award

Clearwater Bar Association


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1989- present

Florida Bar

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2008 "Rules Rule" Column

Res Ipsa Loquitor (WCBA)

1995 The Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994 And Its Impact Upon Marital Law Including Property Settlements: To Be Or Not To Be Dischargeable - That Is Still The Question.

The Family Law Commentator

Speaking Engagements

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Equitable Distribution

at CLE Seminar