Stacy Esq.


Bankruptcy Attorney

District of Columbia, Maryland

Washington, DC 20006
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About Stacy Esq.

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • District of Columbia

    Admitted in

  • Maryland

    Admitted in

Experience

  • PACE Group PLLC

    Owner

Associations

  • District of Columbia Bar

Languages

  • English

Publications and Speaking Engagements

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Stacy Esq.'s Office Location

1629 K St NW

Washington, DC 20006


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Stacy Esq. practice in?

Stacy Esq. is admitted to practice in District of Columbia and Maryland.

What types of law does Stacy Esq. practice?

Stacy Esq. practices bankruptcy law as well as family law and real estate law.

Where is Stacy Esq.'s office located?

Stacy Esq.'s office is located at 1629 K St NW Washington, DC 20006.

What languages does Stacy Esq. speak or write?

Stacy Esq. knows English.

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