Kim Stanley joined Brave Law Center, P.C., in August 2017, where she works in the areas of family law, estate planning, guardianships, trusts, and SSI/SSDI. She is a graduate of Midstate College with her Associate’s Degree in Administrative Professional and a post-degree certificate in Paralegal Studies. While attending school, Kim had two internships at the Peoria Housing Authority, the Peoria Police Department, and the State’s Attorney’s Office. She previously worked at the law firm of Kavanagh, Scully, Sudow, White & Frederick as a paralegal in areas of family law, evictions, and civil litigation.
As much as she loves the law, Kim is an advocate for families with autism and special education, and she is the founder of the Autism InfoGroup. She presents on a Parent’s Prospective with another attorney in Peoria on special education to organizations through the National Business Institute. She has produced a video for schools on a Parent’s Prospective on autism and is a published author in national autism magazines, newspapers in Minnesota and Illinois, as well Illinois Legal Aid Online.
Kim and her two children moved to the Peoria area from Minnesota in 2007. She enjoys spending her free time with her children and two boxers, Rosie and Thor.