Client Care Director
Although we hope that you are always 100% satisfied, we do understand that clients may have questions or sometimes need a better understanding. Our Client Care Department can be utilized at any time during your representation with us. Our Client Care Team will make sure that in the instance any concerns do arise, you are being heard and those concerns will be addressed in an appropriate manner.
Elefteria Mexi is the Client Care Director with Stange Law Firm, PC. She attended the University of New York – Tirana in Tirana, Albania where she obtained her Master of Science in Law in 2017. She then went on to attend St. Louis Community College – Meramec where she earned her Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies in 2022. Elefteria is multi-lingual, speaking fluent English, Greek, Albanian, and German, and also serves as a Notary for the State of Missouri.
Before assuming the role of Client Care Director, Elefteria originally joined Stange Law Firm, PC as a Legal Assistant. She is excited to use her legal experience, as well as her experience with research, problem-solving, and leadership/mentorship, to help the firm’s clients throughout the process of their matters.
In her free time, Elefteria enjoys spending her free time outdoors cycling and hiking. She also enjoys traveling and visiting new places.
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