Winter enjoys giving back to the community. Winter currently volunteers with the... more
Winter enjoys giving back to the community. Winter currently volunteers with the Emerald Coast Friends of Ronald, Ronald McDonald House Charities. Past Volunteer efforts include: Shands Pediatric Ward Volunteer, Chipola College, Kids College, and Riverside Elementary School, New Friends Volunteer.
I have been practicing for almost four years, and recently relocated to Northwest... more
I have been practicing for almost four years, and recently relocated to Northwest Florida from Jacksonville, FL. I enjoy the areas of foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, and business and real estate litigation. I am hoping to expand my practice in Northwest Florida, from Pensacola to Destin.
Lacey Powell Clark grew up in Crestview, Florida, and graduated from Crestview High... more
Lacey Powell Clark grew up in Crestview, Florida, and graduated from Crestview High School. She attended Florida State University in Tallahassee and graduated Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology in 1991. She earned her law degree (Juris Doctor) from the Florida State University College of Law, with honors, in 1994.Ms. Clark joined Powell, Powell & Powell, P.A. in 1... view profile
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