Alison Leffew began her law career at Michigan State University. A native of Michigan, she attended law school as a single mother while working full time. She also worked at MSU's legal clinic and earned the prestigious book award for the course Client Counseling and Interviewing.
Shortly after graduating with her law degree in 2002, she moved to Florida where she was awarded a Clerkship with a family judge and then became a Prosecutor with the 19th Judicial Circuit in Florida. After the birth of her son, she worked as a Senior Attorney with the Department of Children and Families in Fort Pierce, Florida.
After working for the Department of Children and Families, she decided to open her own law practice in Fort Pierce, Florida, focusing solely on family law. She felt there was a need for a collaborative family law lawyer who put the needs of children as a paramount concern when litigating family matters. Alison Leffew is an avid boater, enjoys fishing and watersports.
She is a member in good standing of the Florida Bar, Past President of the St. Lucie County Bar Association, currently serves on the Board of the Treasure Coast Collaborative Law Group, former member of the Royal Palms of St. Lucie County and the Fort Pierce Women's Club.