Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, St. Louis
Alisse Camazine is one of the foremost authorities in Missouri on a range of family law topics, from property and custody arrangements to mental illness and addiction. She is well known for seeking child-centered solutions to family matters.
She is a founding partner of Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, one of the rare law firms with a female name partner. It has the largest family law practice group in St. Louis that is part of a full-service firm.
Camazine, along with law partner Alan Freed, co-authored “Divorce in Missouri,” a comprehensive guide on state divorce issues for non-lawyers. She also is a fellow of and a certified arbitrator through the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She also is a past president of the St. Louis County Bar Association and a board member of Gateway to Hope, which helps low-income women with breast cancer.
She is a 2019 recipient of Missouri Lawyers Media’s ICON Award and a 2009 Women’s Justice Award winner. She earned her law degree in 1979 from Saint Louis University.