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Stephanie Stecklair

Associate | Family Law | Litigation


Stephanie Stecklair focuses her practice on all aspects of family law, including divorce, equitable distribution, alimony, spousal support, child custody, child support, adoption, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and domestic violence. Stephanie has also served as a Guardian ad Litem in Philadelphia County. She practices in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, and Delaware Counties. Stephanie is dedicated to helping her clients through what is often one of the most difficult experiences of their lives and appreciates that family law matters present unique emotional challenges for individuals and families to navigate. Stephanie ensures that her clients are informed about their options and she works to proactively resolve their matters while remaining a zealous advocate.

Stephanie is a native of Philadelphia and is dedicated to giving back to the community. She is a proud member of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Executive Committee and assists with a wide range of volunteer efforts and law school outreach. Stephanie is also a member of the Wakefield Women's Association and is an active volunteer for Philadelphia VIP and the Support Center for Child Advocates. She was recently featured in Volume 40, Issue No. 4 of the PBA Family Lawyer.

Stephanie was named a 2018 and 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer® Rising Star by a vote of her peers.




Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D. (2015)

Temple University, B.A. Political Science (2012)




2017 Board Observer,  Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program

Volunteer Lawyer,  Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program

Volunteer Lawyer,  Support Center Child Advocates

Member,  Pennsylvania Bar Association - Family Law Section

Member,  Philadelphia Bar Association - Family Law Section; Family Law Executive Committee; Investigator and Team Leader Judicial Commission; Young Lawyers Division Cabinet Committee Vice Chair; Pro Bono Chair for the Solo, Small and Mid-Size Firm Management Committee; Annual Bench Bar Conference Committee

Member,  Philadelphia Lawyer's Club

Member,  Makefield Women's Association


Awards and Honors

Pro Bono Roll of Honor, First Judicial District of Pennsylvania (2016 - 2019)

Named a Pennsylvania Rising Star by Super Lawyers (2018-2019)


Speeches and Publications

Author of "Corpus of Inherited IRA - Not Income Available for Support," PBA Family Lawyer, Volume 41, Issue No. 3, Fall 2019

Panelist, Case Law, Rules & Legislative Updates, Pennsylvania Family Law Section Summer Meeting, 2019

Panelist, Case Law Updates, Pennsylvania Family Law Section Summer Meeting, 2018

Panelist, Case Law Updates, Pennsylvania Family Law Section Summer Meeting, 2017

Course Planner and Moderator CLE, "Preparation and Planning: Effectively representing and guiding clients through the changing landscape of Immigration and Family Law. What YOU need to know!" Philadelphia Annual Bench Bar Conference, 10/13/2017

Co-Presenter, "Responding to Negative Reviews on Social Media," Ethics CLE - Nicholas A. Cipriani Family Law, American Inns of Court, May 31, 2017

Course Planner, Young Lawyers Division Boot Camp: Tactics, Tips and Tricks for Law Students and New Lawyers, Philadelphia Bar Association, October 2016

Faculty, CLE "Ethical Issues and Your Fee Agreement," Philadelphia Bar Association, September 2016

Author, "The Pros and Cons of Reducing Divorce Wait Time," The Legal Intelligencer, Family Law Supplement, 2016

Author, "Balancing Different Manners, Needs of Colleagues," The Legal Intelligencer, Online Column, May 2016

40-Hour Domestic Violence Training, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, July 2013

Big Brothers, Big Sisters Certification, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Chapter, May 2011