Autumn Beck Blackledge has been practicing law for over two decades and started her own firm in 2014, practicing exclusively in Marital and Family law. She is a Pensacola native and graduate of Tate High School and Florida State University and FSU College of Law.
Autumn is admitted to practice in Florida (since 2001), and is admitted to practice in all Florida Courts the Northern District Federal Court and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Most recently, she was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, District of Columbia Court of Appeals and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association. She is also Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator and Certified Collaborative Divorce Attorney. She is routinely selected for the prestigious Super Lawyers Rising Stars (3 years running), Top 40 Under 40, Legal Elite by Florida Trend, a five-time Seminole 100 Honoree from Florida State University, and a 2022 Pinnacle Award Winner by 850 Magazine. Autumn is also nationally recognized in other designations for her commitment to clients and legal skills as well as local awards for her leadership and community service to the Pensacola Area such as Pensacola 100 Power List, Rising Stars, and Best Attorney on the Coast.
Autumn has worked in private practice on both as both plaintiff and defense counsel in the areas of insurance defense, plaintiff’s personal injury, contract disputes, sexual harassment, and other workplace issues and was a lobbyist in Tallahassee and political blogger prior to her current focus area of Family Law. Her professional background is diverse, providing an extensive variety of skills and experiences from which to draw on while representing clients in the emotionally devastating and complex issues surrounding divorce and custody. Autumn's memory and ability to synthesize information to tell the story of her client's family and case is perhaps her greatest strength. Autumn is in her element when navigating high conflict and complex family law cases because of her diverse background and legal ability. Autumn's practice is focused on a concierge level of client care which will help guide her clients in all aspects.
Autumn is a published author of a humorous cookbook, Skinny Ninnie’s Kitchen, which retells the stories of 4 generations of Southern living and comfort food as well as the author of a variety of published articles on various family law topics. Autumn is active in the community and has a gift for networking and community fundraising and serves on various community boards including Sacred Heart Hospital Foundation and Pensacola Little Theater. She is most proud of her own family, her husband Peyton and their 5 children, Ashton, Irelyn, Ella, Bryre and Cov.