Victoria Engleman joined Stembridge Taylor in 2020. Her diverse range of experience for five years in family law and personal injury has well-positioned her to be Stembridge Taylor’s office manager and paralegal. Although a relatively new face to employment and business law, Victoria finds its intricacies and complexities to be in-depth and engaging, and thoroughly enjoys understanding and assisting with each client’s unique situation. She especially has enjoyed helping Stembridge Taylor grow in its inaugural year as a new firm.
Victoria began her paralegal career in Dahlonega, Georgia with family law through the Law Office of Andrea Conarro, where she mitigated client stress by providing exceptional service to parents, spouses, children, and other clients. Victoria worked on contested divorces with estate and child custody disagreements, wills, and trusts. She assisted parents attempting to regain custody of their children by helping them maintain compliance with Department of Family and Children Services requirements, and also assisted in representing children involved in the child welfare system. During her work with Andrea Conarro, Victoria realized she had a life-long passion for paralegal work, and she obtained an ABA-approved paralegal degree from the University of North Georgia.
Wanting to re-establish herself back in Atlanta, Victoria switched gears and joined Rafi Law Firm, a personal injury firm, where she quickly rose in the ranks to become the lead paralegal and office manager. In addition to managing the growing firm, Victoria was heavily involved with all aspects of her cases from beginning to end, rendering her in-depth knowledge of how to empathetically and expertly assist with clients who were severely injured by medical malpractice, apartment complex shootings, motor vehicle and truck crashes, or slip and fall incidents.
In her free time Victoria enjoys her close access to the Chattahoochee River, wildlife photography, and relaxing at home with her three cats.