Stacey has joined the law practice of DeLacey, Riebel, & Shindell, LLP where she provides family law services. If interested in a consultation please email

Philosophy: Individual Attention, Guidance, Education, and Alternatives to Dispute Resolution

Stacey works to provide her clients with individual attention, guidance, and education to better understand the legal landscape and enable clients to achieve their goals. Stacey limits her volume of cases to enable her practice to be quality over quantity and provide the personal attention that many clients need through this process.


Stacey lives with her 2 children, spouse, and dog in San Francisco. She enjoys hiking, reading, and the outdoors. Stacey grew up in the Finger Lakes region of New York and practiced law in New York prior to relocating to California in 2015.

Stacey has worked exclusively in the area of family law since graduating law school. Stacey worked in the courts, for private firms, and at the Legal Aid Society, prior to starting her own private practice in November 2016 as a solo practitioner. Stacey is a Certified Family Law Specialist certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization.


  • Bard College, B.A. 2004
  • City University of New York School of Law, J.D. 2007

Licensed to Practice

  • California
  • New York

Professional Associations

Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation and Collaborative Law

There are as many divorce experiences as there are people. Have you ever asked yourself, "there has to be another way, a better way?" Traditional court and litigation in divorce is not for everyone, nor is litigation a requirement to obtain a divorce. It is possible to complete a divorce without having set foot in a court. Stacey can assist families who wish to use the alternative dispute resolution method of mediation or collaborative law to resolve their family law matter. To mediate a matter or participate in the collaborative law process both parties must agree to participate in the mediation or collaborative law process. Stacey has completed a 40-hour mediation training in accordance with the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act and completed an Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training in addition to other alternative dispute resolution trainings.

Consulting Attorney

If you are working with an outside mediator and need an attorney to work with you on preparation of financials, review of a marital settlement agreement, judgment packet, or just to provide general legal advice, Stacey provides consultation services to individuals working to resolve their dissolution through mediation. In addition, if you prefer to handle your dissolution yourself, Stacey can work with individuals to provide legal advice, education, document preparation, and generally to ensure the matter goes as smoothly as possible.

Traditional Representation

Stacey Schliffer represents individuals in San Francisco Superior Court matters including, but not limited to:

  • Dissolution, otherwise known as Divorce
  • Marital Settlement Agreements
  • Settlement Conferences
  • Division of Assets and Debts
  • Child Custody
  • Spousal Support
  • Child Support