Most of the positive reviews here reflect my thoughts of Stacey. I found her to be highly competent, frank, honest and knowledgeable. Her hourly rate was reasonable and below that of most attorneys who work out of law firm - and much of that has to do with lower overhead as she works from her home office. As she explained to me - if you want an attorney with an impressive, large marble conference room table, you're gonna pay for it. That she lives in an average house in an average neighborhood with an average minivan in her driveway was a positive in my book. It's clear she was looking towards her client's best interest and not a lavish lifestyle at the expense of her clients. She kept my costs down by having me do what homework I could on my own and not nickle-and-diming for every copy, e-mail and phone call to answer a quick question that you see in most law firms.
She has some quirks (who doesn't?) and sometimes I had to chase her down to get a question answered, but I wasn't her only client either. That and she also has a life and needs to take a break for a week away with her family once in a while - as well as the time she spends with her volunteer commitments to the church and community. But she also found time to squeeze in calls/e-mails between court hearings and in the evenings / early mornings as well.
In the end, I ended up with a divorce settlement that was fair to me, my ex-wife and daughter at a price that was much lower than some of the horror stories I've heard from friends who've gotten divorced too. Heed her advice - there are no do-overs in divorces and you only get one chance to get it right.
I asked about the real-estate end of my divorce and she referred me to her husband Bill. Again, competent, reasonably priced representation.
I'd recommend her and would use her again should the need ever arise (hopefully not!).