Elizabeth Ward Browning joined Browning Law Firm at its inception in 2003, with her husband, Coy. Liz received her Associates of Arts degree from Valencia Community College, and her Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Political Science with an emphasis on Public Policy Politics from the University of Central Florida in 1995. She started her career in law while in college working as a certified legal secretary for a sole practitioner in Orlando who specializes in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Law and Personal Injury. After graduating college and obtaining her paralegal certification, Liz moved back to Fort Walton Beach and became an Estates and Trusts Paralegal for a firm in Shalimar, working under the firm’s founding partner who is a tax attorney. Liz honed her paralegal skills for many years in the areas of estate planning, trust administration, and various asset and tax protection planning. Soon after marrying Coy, she and Coy found themselves in New York, where Liz again worked in the areas of Probate and Estates and Trusts for an of-counsel attorney for a large firm located in midtown Manhattan.
Liz grew up in Fort Walton Beach, and a graduate of Choctawhatchee High School. While she and Coy were in New York, they decided that Fort Walton Beach was where they wanted to be to raise a family. Today, she has two children, Isla Grace and Tice, and stays extremely busy managing the Browning Law Firm and the lives of two very active toddlers.
Elizabeth is a member of the Florida Bar Association as a Florida Registered Paralegal. She is a Sustaining member of the Junior League of the Emerald Coast and the 2016-2017 Board President of the Montessori Learning Center.
Today, Liz is now the senior managing paralegal for the Browning Law Firm, and maintains all of the back office support for the firm. She has extensive paralegal experience in the areas of Estates and Trusts, Probate, Personal Injury and Criminal Defense, and now has extensive law office management experience. She can be reached at [email protected].