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Date: 9/9/2016

Stacey Prince-Troutman accepted into American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Institute

ORLANDO, Fla. (Aug. 30, 2016) – Stacey Prince-Troutman, senior counsel in the Orlando office of Broad and Cassel, has been accepted into Class II of the Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).

Prince-Troutman is a member of Broad and Cassel’s Estate Planning and Trusts Practice Group and handles probate, trusts and estates, and transfer tax controversy matters. She is a frequent speaker and author on estate planning issues, and most recently, she was named among 2016 Florida Legal Elite. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida and earned her juris doctor and master of laws in taxation at UF’s Levin College of Law.

Active in various professional and community organizations, Prince-Troutman currently serves on the board for the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida and the Florida Probate Rules Committee.

The Florida Fellows Institute was created by Florida ACTEC Fellows to develop the profession’s future leaders in trust and estate law through a series of in-depth educational presentations led by subject matter experts in each field from across the U.S. The institute includes three, two-day sessions for lawyers who were nominated by a Florida ACTEC Fellow and selected through a competitive application process. The program begins in November 2016 and concludes in May 2017.