Lacey L. Brantley
Ms. Brantley’s practice is focused on the areas of family and probate law. Prior to joining FITCH, she served as a law clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court, where she assisted judges across the state in researching and drafting opinions concerning all aspects of family and probate law, including divorce, child custody and support, alimony, asset division, and trust and will contests.
Education And Distinctions
- Clerkship, Massachusetts Probate and Family Court
- Boston University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude; Member, Boston University Public Interest Law Journal; G. Joseph Tauro Scholar
- Boston University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, M.A., History
- Furman University, B.A., History, magna cum laude
- Listed in 2021 Best Lawyers in America®
More About Lacey L. Brantley
Ms. Brantley’s family law practice includes representations of clients in connection with divorce, modifications, child custody, child support, asset division and pre-nuptial agreements.
While in law school, Ms. Brantley served as an intern at the Boston Police Department Office of the Legal Advisor. She also served as a student representative at the Harvard Tenant Advocacy Project during the summer of 2015, where she represented more than thirty low-income tenants in disputes with local housing authorities.
Teaching and Publications
- Co-Author, MCLE Divorce Law Practice Manual, Chapter 23A: Premarital Agreements (2018 Update)
Professional Activities and Associations
- Admitted to the Massachusetts state bar.