Eddie Stephens, Board Certified Marital & Family Attorney

Eddie Stephens, Board Certified Marital & Family Attorney

Eddie Stephens has taken an active role in providing service and financial support to a number of charitable causes. Specifically, he provides services to the following organizations:

Eddie serves as an adult leader to the Boy Scouts of America as a Cub Master, Assistant Scout Master and Merit Badge Counselor for over eight years working with boys and their families to improve their communities. Boy Scout leaders take an active part in helping to strengthen families and their boys by providing a fun-filled, worthwhile program that teaches values.

Business Scholarship Named After Attorney, Eddie StephensEddie Stephens

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – West Palm Beach, FL —A recently endowed business scholarship has been named for local attorney Eddie Stephens. The “Eddie Stephens South Florida Leadership Fund,” which was funded with more than $20,000,  will provide annual grants for students at the University of Miami, Florida Atlantic University and Florida International College who are members of the professional fraternity Delta Sigma PI.  The grants will allow the students to attend national leadership conferences and professional development programming.

“The fund was named after Eddie because he was the driving force in raising $20,000 to endow the scholarship,” said Mitch Simmons, Past Grand President of Delta Sigma Pi.

“Eddie Stephens really led the charge to create this prestigious fund”, said Gregory Koch, CEO and President of the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation.  “This fund assists students in their education and preparation to become future leaders, and helps build great students of commerce.”

Stephens said he was motivated to raise funds for the endowment because there is a real need to teach business ethics to our future business leaders. “That’s not something you learn in a text book or in class.  I had the fortune of these experiences when I was in college.  I was lucky, I could afford it.  A lot of these kids today, can’t.”

It’s an investment in their integrity and the future of our country, Stephens said.  “I have also raised $20,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  There are a spectrum of charities that need help.”

Eddie Stephens is a third generation Floridian and a Board Certified Marital & Family Attorney who has been practicing law in West Palm Beach for 15 years.

The Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation provides financial support for Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity’s educational and charitable programs, which assist members to achieve individual and professional excellence within the business community.


Eddie Stephens is two time Past Distinguished President of the Kiwanis Club of Flagler Sunrise, a civic organization dedicated to serving the children of the world, for the past 5 years. He has served the club as President has 6 years of perfect attendance and has previously been recognized as Kiwanian of the Year. In September, 2004, Eddie was named a George F. Hixson Fellow, one of the highest honors in Kiwanis International, for his dedication to children and service to the community. $1,000 has been donated in his name to the Kiwanis Foundation Endowment in a continued effort to eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorder. To date, Kiwanis has raised over $75 million to eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorder in more than 100 countries.


Eddie Stephens helps raise $20,000 for MDA

Eddie Stephens

Eddie Stephens

Eddie Stephens has been arrested and jailed for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Lock-up. But through some kind hearts, $20,000 was raised to help bail him out.

Eddie discusses the importance of supporting Muscular Dystrophy Association:

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