Operations Manager, Paralegal
I enjoy developing case strategy for clients’ individual needs, and seeing the growth and strength of each person that develops throughout their case as they move forward.
Felicity “Fizzy” Little is a Certified Paralegal with over six years of legal experience.
Felicity “Fizzy” Little was born in England, but raised in Cary, North Carolina after she and her parents moved to the United States when she was young. After a stint in the construction industry, Fizzy switched her professional focus to the legal field. In 2010, while working towards her Paralegal Technology degree at Durham Technical Community College, she worked in the legal field with a focus on litigation defense and criminal law appeals. Fizzy graduated from Durham Technical Community College with high honors in 2012, and her career has been focused exclusively on family law since. Over the past seven years, Fizzy has assisted clients in a variety of family law cases, including those before the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She also has extensive knowledge of military family law and pension issues, having worked on cases throughout the United States. As paralegal to Attorney Elizabeth Stephenson, Fizzy enjoys developing case strategy and witnessing the strength of each person that grows as they move forward.
Fizzy also serves as the Operations Manager for New Direction Family Law. In this role, she assists with day-to-day operations and procedures, as well as accounts receivable for the firm. Fizzy understands that legal fees and questions surrounding case procedure can add to an already stressful time. She enjoys ensuring clients understand the firm procedures every step of the way.
Outside of the office, you can find Fizzy cheering on her son at various sporting events. Whether it’s lacrosse, basketball or track and field, she’s the number one sports mom for her son, Leighton. She also enjoys cooking and experiencing the ever-changing culinary scene of the Triangle area, and teaching the New Direction team about her English heritage – long live the Queen.