STACY ORTEGA

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Stacy Ortega grew up in Wichita, in a large extended family, with parents who valued education, honesty, hard work and loyalty to family and community. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Wichita State University while working multiple part-time jobs to pay her tuition. Stacy attended the University of Kansas on an academic scholarship and then returned to Wichita to practice after graduation, to be close to family. Stacy and her husband have raised their sons in Wichita, the community that they love.

Stacy has been advising and advocating for her clients in family law cases for over twenty-five years. She is also an approved mediator and case manager for domestic cases, including high-conflict custody matters. Stacy is active in the Wichita and Kansas Bar Associations, serving on Family Law, Legislative and Service to the Bar committees.

In her free time, Stacy enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons and supporting local charitable organizations and animal rescue groups.

+ STATS

Wichita State University

University of Kansas School of Law

+ LICENSE TO PRACTICE

State of Kansas

United States District Court for the District of Kansas

United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals

+ PRACTICE AREAS

Family Law (Divorce, Paternity, Support & Custody), Alternate Dispute Resolution (Mediation, Arbitration & Case Management), Approved Mediator Trainer

+ AWARDS & MEMBERSHIPS

Wichita Women Attorneys Association (Louise Mattox Attorney of Achievement Award for Professional Excellence 2018)

Wichita Bar Association (President’s Award for Outstanding Service 2014)

Kansas Bar Association

Kansas Women Attorneys Association

Wichita “Home Grown ADR” Continuing Education (Organizer and Presenter)

KMUW Wichita State Public Radio (Sustaining Member, Leadership Circle) – link to www.kmuw.org

Member St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Andover, KS – link to www.svdpks.org

Peace is not simply the absence of conflict, but the existence of justice for all people.

– Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.