Christie Wilson DeLacey
- Areas of PracticeContested Divorce, Custody, Visitation, and Support
- Bar AdmissionsVirginia State Bar; United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; United States District Court; United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Hampton Bar Association; York County Bar Association
- EducationSyracuse University College of Law; Tufts University
- Honors and AwardsAppointed by Governor Wilder of Virginia a member of the State Advisory Counsel to National Legal Services Corporation 1991-1994, American Bar Association Honored for GAL Program
- Professional Associations and MembershipsYork County Circuit Court Liaison Committee on Family Law
Christie Wilson DeLacey is a graduate of Tufts University and Syracuse University College of Law. She began her legal career in 1982 as an attorney for the Peninsula Legal Aid Center, now The Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, where she established and managed a Private Bar Involvement Program. This program recruited private attorneys to assist with the tremendous, uncovered need of low income Peninsula residents for effective legal representation. She rose to Managing Attorney and Interim Executive Director before establishing Wilson & Wilson with her husband. Mrs. DeLacey has been in private practice since 1990. She excels in all aspects of family law cases, including military divorces. In 1991 the Governor of Virginia appointed her to the State Advisory Council to the National Legal Services Corporation. Mrs. DeLacey has served as a Director for the Seton Manor Adult Home in Hampton and was a member of the Junior League of Hampton Roads, the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau.