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Beth King has lived in Volusia County since 1969 and has represented divorce and family law clients in Volusia and Flagler County for the past six years. Mrs. King handles paternity and child custody disputes, traditional divorce and post-judgment litigation, family law appeals and collaborative divorce. A member of the Florida Bar since 2004, Mrs. King began her legal career in the Office of the Attorney General. She served as a Staff Attorney for the Seventh Judicial Circuit at both the DeLand and Daytona Beach Courthouses. In 2006, she joined the law firm of Smith, Schoder & Bledsoe, where she specialized in medical malpractice defense, workers compensation, and school board defense. In 2013, she joined the Rice Law Firm. Mrs. King is known for her steady hand in difficult times.

Areas of Practice

Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

Family Law

Paternity

Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Modifications

Relocations

Injunctions

Appeals

 

Professional Achievements

Member of Florida Bar since 2004

Member of West Virginia Bar since 2007

Admitted to US Middle District of Florida

Past Director of the Volusia County Bar Association

Member Flagler County Bar Association

Past officer of Volusia County Civil Trial Lawyers' Association

Past officer Dunn Blount Chapter of the American Inns of Court

Past President of the Volusia Flagler Association for Women Lawyers

Member of the Central Florida Collaborative Professionals

Florida Coastal School of Law Moot Court and Mock Trial teams

Intern Community Legal Services of Mid- Florida

Intern Appellate Division of the Office of the Public Defender

Research Associate with the Office of the Attorney General

2003 recipient of the Phyllis Stansell Award for Professionalism and Ethics

2012 recipient of the Leaders in the Law award from the Florida Association for Women Lawyers

2015 recipient of Volusia Flagler Association of Women Lawyers Distinguished Service Award

2011 recipient of the Atlantic High School Academy of Law and Government Golden Gavel

2019 Woman of the Year -Volusia Flagler Association for Women Lawyers

2020 recipient of the Agency Champion of the Peabody Foundation - National Philanthropy Day

 

Education

Juris Doctor, Florida Coastal School of Law 2003

Master of Liberal Studies from Rollins College in 1997

Bachelor of Arts from Florida State University in 1976

Leadership and Community Involvement

 

Leadership and Civic Involvement

Florida Justice Teaching Volunteer

Teen Court Judge

Volusia County Bar Association Mentoring Program

Ordained elder Presbyterian Church since 1992

Presbyterian Counseling Center Past Member of Board of Directors

Past Member Permanent Judicial Commission of the Central Florida Presbytery

Past President of Cinematique of Daytona Beach

Past Board of Directors Daytona Beach Flim Festival

Past chair of the Youth plus Art Equals Success Program

Immediate Past President and current Board member of the Peabody Foundation

Seventh Judicial Grievance Committee Member 2018-2020

 

Personal

Married for 36 years with large extended and blended family, Mrs. King and her husband live in Ormond Beach. 

Mrs. King is an avid Bikram yoga practitioner for the past ten years. She was ranked in the 2016 Southeast Regional USA Yoga Competition in her division.

She is a competitive ballroom dancer with an impressive record of wins throughout the country, including the Grand National in Miami, New York City Dance Festival, Tampa Classic, Platinum Miami and Southport Classic in Orlando.

She enjoys literature, film, art, gardening, entertaining, swimming, traveling and recently took up piano lessons.

Contact Mrs. King today for a consultation!

 

Elizabeth C. King’s Blog
Elizabeth King
It may come as no surprise that  the coronavirus crisis has caused a surge in divorce cases the world over.  Statistics in the U.S., Great Britain, China and Sweden confirm that increased pressures at home has led to the spike . Tensions created by the quarantine, including  decisions about the children’s educational settings,  finances, methods of coping with anxiety and attitudes about handling medical treatments, as well as increased domestic turmoil around the division of labor are at least some of the  contributing factors. Read More
Elizabeth King
Our courts may be closed to foot traffic for the time being, but the health crisis has forced us to handle cases in new ways.   Normal divorce practice involves the use of electronic filing for pleadings and email exchange of documents between the parties and their attorneys. Read More
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Practice Areas
  • Marital & Family Law
  • Divorce