Stephanie Thomas Kramer, Esq.

Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Dayton, her Juris Doctor from the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, and her Masters in Business Administration from Geneva College.

Stephanie has over 22 years legal, fiduciary, corporate and banking experience, with the majority of her practice involving handling matters for high-net-worth clients. She has assisted clients with a variety of matters, including estate and financial planning, estate administration, the establishment and administration of family foundations, and succession planning for closely held businesses. She has represented businesses, non-profit organizations, and municipalities in a variety of corporate matters.

Stephanie’s estate practice focuses on highly sophisticated planning and tax savings techniques for individuals, families and businesses. In her corporate practice, she counsels businesses in a variety of industries. She assists businesses in planning, drafting and negotiating contracts and commercial transactions.

Stephanie is a current member of the Beaver County Bar Association, the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

In 2017, Stephanie also served as the Committee Chairperson for the Committee to Elect Mitchell P. Shahen Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Beaver County, PA. She, along with the Campaign Treasurer, ran a successful campaign, and Judge Shahen was elected to the bench in 2018.

Having a long history of serving her community, Stephanie has been involved in a variety of organizations throughout her career, including Habitat for Humanity, Girl Scouts of the USA, and Lifesteps, Inc. She formerly served as a Board Member with Adoption Connection, PA, founding Board Member and Corporate Counsel for a Fiduciary Services Company, Solicitor for the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce and Solicitor for Darlington Borough. She currently serves as Solicitor for Midland Borough Zoning Board and Solicitor for a variety of small businesses and nonprofit organizations.

A lifelong resident of Beaver County, Stephanie grew up in Center Township and graduated from Center Area High School, now known as Central Valley. She is now a resident of Brighton Township and enjoys gardening and spending time outdoors with her family.