Linda Spector was born and raised in Washington D.C. She attended American University for both her undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees.
Thereafter, Ms. Spector moved to Florida with her family in 1980 and began volunteering her time with the Guardian Ad Litem program. Years later, she moved back to Washington and worked on Capitol Hill for a Judiciary Subcomittee, and subsequently served as Associate Director, Government and Community Affairs for the nationally renowned Children’s National Medical Center. In 1992, Ms. Spector relocated back to Florida and was employed by Department of Children and Families in Miami-Dade, and most recently served as Managing Attorney, Children’s Legal Services from 2000-2009 in Palm Beach County.
In 2010, Ms. Spector became an attorney at The Stafford Firm, P.A. where she began her career undertaking PIP suit litigation but now deals primarily with family law cases such as divorce, alimony, child support and custody, modifications, and adoptions. She also serves as a contract attorney on a part-time basis with the State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program in the Nineteenth Circuit. Linda serves as pro bono Attorney Ad Litem through The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach on dependency and delinquency matters and as pro bono Guardian Ad Litem in several family law cases.
Linda is married to Peter Marcus, and they have three children and two grandchildren.