The Law Office of Stephanie White is committed to providing her clients with a positive outcome in what is inevitably the most trying times in their lives. Our office works with each client as an individual — developing goals and outcomes and then providing results-oriented services specifically tailored to meet those needs. Ms. White uses her decade of experience in the field, understanding of the process, the players, and the tactics often used by other attorneys to provide for your best outcome.
Stephanie White, Esq.
Stephanie White has been practicing law since 2007. She earned her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University. During her undergraduate studies, she produced and anchored a daily news broadcast on the university’s television and radio stations, in addition to writing for the newspaper.
Ms. White spent a decade as an Emmy™ and GoldenMicrophone™ winning television news journalist in Utah, Hawaii, and Los Angeles. She was actively involved with the Girl Scouts as an adult leader trainer, as producer for the Hawaii Food Bank food drive, and as a newsreader for Radio Reading Service.
Not wanting to slow down, Ms. White earned her California Teaching Credential and taught 6th and 7th grade.
After earning her law degree from Ventura College of Law and beginning her legal practice she has volunteered with the Free Clinic of Simi Valley, the Ventura County Family Law Facilitator’s Office, and Sarah’s House.
Ms. White is actively involved in the community having participated in the Leadership program through the Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce. Her office actively supports the Simi Valley Historical Society, One of the Girls, Special Children’s Day, the Cajun Festival, Leadership Simi Valley, For The Troops, the Samaritan Center, Sarah’s House, Simi Valley Community Foundation, as well as a variety of schools, sports teams, and societies.
Ms. White is active in local organizations including the Ventura County Bar Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Her reputation in the legal community and with the courts is based on her strong advocacy, her support of reasonable settlement, and providing a “legal voice” for those who need to be heard.