W Eckert

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W. Kelsea Eckert was born in Carthage, Illinois in 1964 and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1988 and the Florida Bar in 1990. She was educated at Illinois State University (B.S., in 1985) and Southern Illinois University (J.D., in 1988).

Ms. Eckert is the author of several books, including The Illinois Legal Filing Directory, Small Claims Court Without a Lawyer, How to Form Your Own Corporation, Getting Paid in Full, Lawsuits of the Rich and Famous, and Selling Internationally Without a Product.

Kelsea is an international adoption coordinator for Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida. She helped start the international adoption agency and is now helping families from around the world. More on this program can be found at

Ms. Eckert has served in the past as an adjunct instructor at Florida Community College of Jacksonville in the Legal Assisting Department, she has served on the board of Lutheran Social Services, has been involved in Big Brothers/Big Sisters and also various international programs. She has spoken in the past regularly on international trade, collection, and other business topics, and served as a Better Business Bureau arbitrator.

Her legal experience includes matters relating to insurance subrogation recovery, commercial and consumer collection, general litigation, and transportation law.

Kelsea is married to Larry Eckert and has two young children.
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