Meet Your Paralegal: A Conversation with Stacy Recinella
Meet Your Paralegal
In today’s episode, Seth invited Stacy Recinella, one of the paralegals from his firm, to join the show. The conversation allows Seth and Pete to discuss the role of the paralegal with the intention of giving you insight into what the paralegal will do for you, how they’re connected to your case, what sorts of things they take care of, and why your paralegal should be your new best friend on your own case.
More About Stacy
With over 11 years experience, Stacy has been working as a paralegal exclusively in the area of Family Law since 2013. She is naturally inquisitive and enjoys utilizing her analytical and critical thinking skills to provide detailed support to attorneys and clients. She has worked for firms in Missouri, Georgia, and now Florida. As a part of NLG, Stacy will support attorneys and clients through the gathering of information, facts and evidence, engage in client conversations, communicate with courts and other legal firms and provide the foundational support in preparing for a trial and/or hearing. Her ability to help clients navigate through an often times overwhelming process with compassion and understanding is one of the most rewarding aspects of her job. Stacy truly understands what the firm’s clients are experiencing, as she went through a four-year, highly-contested divorce with minor children which ended in 2014. Two months ago, Stacy moved to Tampa with her husband, Kevin, and began working as a paralegal with NLG. In addition to having blended family of four children, a daughter-in-law, and one grandchild (with another due in early 2023), Stacy and Kevin have two dogs, one cat and a blue-and-gold Macaw. She loves the Florida weather, spending the day at the beach or by the pool, and having an active lifestyle.
Links & Notes
Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.