Stacey Prince-Troutman works primarily in probate, trusts and estates, and transfer tax controversy matters and has significant experience working with business owners and professional athletes.
Prince-Troutman focuses her practice on administering estates and trusts; planning for wealth transfer and transfer tax minimization; preparing gift and estate tax returns; drafting sophisticated estate plan documents; drafting documents related to the formation, management, and succession of closely held entities; asset protection planning; and forming and obtaining tax exempt-status for 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
Prince-Troutman has spoken for The National Business Institute on “Probate Process from Start to Finish”, the “Drafting of Wills and Trusts,” “Surviving Spouse’s Elective Share and Homestead Rights,” and “Top 9 Estate Planning Techniques.” She was also invited to speak at The Metropolitan Orlando Urban League’s Young Professionals Financial Empowerment Series on “Estate Planning/Setting up a Will & Trust – It’s Never too Early to Think About Your Legacy” and regularly conducts seminars on estate planning issues.
She serves on the Florida Probate Rules Committee.
Prince-Troutman holds an AV Preeminent® rating with the Martindale Hubbell publication (only five percent of attorneys are awarded this rating), a rating denoting the highest accolade an attorney can receive for “legal ability” and “adherence to professional standards of conduct, ethics, reliability and diligence.”
She was selected as a “Florida Legal Elite” by Florida Trend magazine in 2016.
Prince-Troutman is an active member of various community and professional organizations, including serving as a member of the board of directors for the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.