Specializing in Family and Immigration Law
STEPHANIE ALCALDE, ESQ.
Stephanie Alcalde is a longtime resident of Central Florida. She has long aspired to be an attorney dating back to middle school. To help advance her career goals, she attended the Law Magnet Program at Boone High School before attending the University of Central Florida, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and a minor in Criminal Justice. Stephanie received her Juris Doctorate degree from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2014.
Upon being admitted to the Florida Bar, Stephanie joined a family law firm in Central Florida. In 2016, Stephanie opened her own law firm where her primary focus was family law. In 2017, immigration was added to the firms areas of focus. Stephanie has handled divorces, both contested and uncontested, paternity cases, child support, modifications, domestic violence injunctions, custody cases, alimony, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, family based petitions, and naturalization.
Professional Associations and Recognition:
Board member, Orange County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, 2016 – Present
Volunteer Presiding Judge and Jury Adviser, Orange County Teen Court, 2015 – Present
Associate, Central Florida Family Law Inn of Court, 2017 – Present
Member, Orange County Bar Association, 2014 – Present
Member, Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, 2018 – Present
2020 Rising Star Super Lawyer
AV® Distinguished™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
"I hired Stephanie to handle my divorce/child custody case. She immediately got right to work on my case, answered all my questions thoroughly and was very organized throughout the entire case. We ran into some complications but Stephanie was always professional and courteous. She was always available if I ever had any questions or concerns. If you are looking for a lawyer who is on top of things, knowledgeable and just plain good at what she does, look no further than Stephanie.”
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