Stephanie L. Jones

Founding Member
For over a decade, I’ve focused my legal career on complex divorce cases. I’ve never practiced any other type of law and family law is what I’ve always wanted to do with my law degree. People ask all the time why I purposely chose this type of law and my response is always the same – I truly enjoy helping people.  
After having gone through the divorce process myself early in my career, I was able to observe the divorce process through the eyes of not only an attorney but also as a participant. That has given me a unique perspective in understanding the process as both an insider and an outsider. My clients appreciate that I’ve been on both sides of the table and can understand the issues from their perspective.  
A family law case is unique from other types of legal matters in that many different issues often intersect. It is not uncommon for a family law case to involve questions about taxes, valuation of a business or practice, child custody, estate planning, and accounting concepts. There are different approaches to every family law case. Some people prefer mediation and collaboration over traditional litigation and sometimes litigation is the only option given the circumstances of a particular case. Our practice offers the most comprehensive approach to all of your family law needs and goals. We truly do it all and we are here to help you.  
My husband, Will James, and I live in Sunset Hills. Will is the Principal Percussionist with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and I enjoy attending concerts to watch him play.  We have two young children, the youngest of whom just joined the family in 2017. We are enjoying being a family of four. In my free time, I enjoy gardening, running, and yoga. 


    • Saint Louis University School of Law – J.D. (2005)
    • Fontbonne University – B.A., magna cum laude (1999)


    • Partner, Zerman Mogerman, LLC (2014-2015)
    • Associate, Zerman Mogerman, LLC (2005-2014)
    • Summer Associate, Zerman Mogerman, LLC (2004-2005)
    • Summer Associate, Legal Advocates for Abused Women (2003)


    • Best Lawyers in America, Family Law, selected by peers (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
    • Houston Family Law Trial Institute, graduate (2011)
    • Super Lawyers Rising Star, selected by peers (2010-2012, 2017)
    • Missouri Bar Admission (2005)


    • American Bar Association
    • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
    • Theodore McMillian American Inns of Court, St. Louis Chapter (2014-2015 term)
    • Foundry Art Center, Board Member (2010-2017), Secretary (2011-2015)
    • St. Louis County Bar Association
    • St. Louis Symphony Volunteer Association
    • Women Lawyer’s Association of Greater St. Louis
    • Kids in the Middle, Board Member (2019)
    • National Business Institute (NBI) faculty member for webinar course, “Family Law From A to Z” (2020)



    • “The “Whats, Whens and Hows” of Presumptions in Family Law” MO-AFCC Fall Conference (December 2018)
    • “Crafting an Effective Parenting Plan” Missouri Bar (Feb 2017)
    • “Court Procedures” National Business Institute CLE (Sep 2016)
    • “Family Law Essentials – Characterization of Property and Debts: Issues of Categorization, Acquisition and other Special Circumstances” Missouri Bar (March 2015)
    • “Family Law Appellate Cases for Appraisers and Accountants: A Case Law Update” Business Valuation Roundtable (September 2014)
    • “It’s a Matter of Trust: Understanding Trusts in Dissolution of Marriage Cases” Missouri Bar Annual Meeting (September 2014)
    • “Evidentiary Challenges: Tips and Tactics for Authenticating Useful and Practical Evidence,” Annual Family Law Conference (August 2013)
    • “Critical Trial Skills for Legal Services Attorneys” National Institute for Trial Advocacy, St. Louis, MO (April 2013)
    • “E-Discovery in the Family Law Case: New Age Media, Age Old Issues” Missouri Bar/Missouri Judicial Conference Annual Meeting (September 2011)
    • “Business Valuation” Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Symposium (June 2010)
    • “The New Era of Electronic Eavesdropping and Divorce: An Analysis of the Federal Law Relating to Eavesdropping and Privacy in the Internet Age” Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (Fall 2008)
    • “Characterization and Division of Property” Missouri Family Law CLE Deskbook, Divorce Chapter, Missouri Bar (2007-present)
    • “Spyware: What it is, What it Does, and Use and Misuse in Divorce Cases” American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Family Law Symposium (May 2007)
    • “Spyware: Does the Law Protect Us” Missouri Bar Annual Meeting (September 2006)
    • Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Associate Institute (June 2006)

    For legal advice on complex divorce cases contact Raza & Jones, LLC