Alycia Stack has spent her career litigating in Southern Maryland, helping families and children through times of crisis. She concentrates her practice in family law, including divorce, child custody, and adoption. She most recently represented children in the child welfare system, throughout foster care, terminations of parental rights, and adoptions as a Staff Attorney at Maryland Legal Aid. Prior to that she represented victims of domestic violence in peace and protective order proceedings. Alycia has handled over 300 peace and protective order cases and has extensive training in domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, and trauma. She is active in the local bar, having served as president and president-elect, and as a member of the scholarship committee.
Alycia is a proud midwesterner, born and raised in Indiana and having attended Kenyon College in Ohio. After graduating from the Washington College of Law at American University in 2009, she and her husband moved to St. Mary’s County. She is happy to call Southern Maryland her home because she believes that the values of this community in many ways match those that she was raised with: family as a priority, a slower pace of life, and a love of the outdoors. She and her family enjoy hiking at local parks and attending the River Concert Series and events on Leonardtown Square.