Sierra Butler is the founder of Butler Elder Law, P.A., a member of Ferrari, Butler & Moneymaker, PLLC. Sierra embraces the use of technology to provide efficient and cost-effective services to her clients. She strives to ensure that her client-families are in the best position possible to provide quality care for their aging or disabled loved ones while maintaining their financial security.
Sierra is extremely active in the legal community where serves in leadership positions with the Manatee American Inn of Court and the Manatee County Bar Association. She is also a member of the Manatee Chapter of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys.
Sierra is licensed to practice law in both Florida and Massachusetts. She is a 2005 graduate of Vermont Law School, and has practiced law in a variety of settings, including a national firm, small boutique firms, and the Justices of the Massachusetts Probate & Family Courts. Sierra is a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts and is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to to provide representation services to claimants before the Veterans Benefits Administration.
In her spare time, she likes playing volleyball and spending time with her husband, their son, and their three dogs. She is also a member of Cheers for Charity, a women’s giving circle which raises funds to donate to local charities that make an impact within the local community.
• Donations. Any donation, even donations of $1.00, will assist with efforts to
control lionfish populations. • Volunteering. Volunteer with local nonprofits who are participating in derbies,
dives and other activities in the fight against lionfish. • Sharing information about lionfish on social media. Please like our Facebook
Page and follow us on Instagram to get information about lionfish, lionfish events, supporters, and restaurants serving lionfish in your area. Share this information with friends and family to increase awareness of the epidemic in your network. • Spreading awareness of the impact of invasive lionfish in your community
through fundraisers and events. We will assist you with fundraisers and events that support the mission of Lionfish Central. • Supporting non-profits trying to help control lionfish. Local nonprofits rely on
donations to sustain their business and their efforts. By supporting these non-profits, you are helping to keep these efforts going. • Becoming a sponsor of Lionfish Central. Please click on the following link to see
what level of support suits your needs. • Sharing information about local restaurants that serve lionfish. There are many
local restaurants who have lionfish on their menu. By patronizing these restaurants, we encourage a greater demand for lionfish. • Eating more lionfish. By eating more lionfish, you create a demand and
encourage the capture of more lionfish.
If you would like more information and ideas about how to help the efforts of Lionfish Central, please click on the following link for more information.
Thank you for being our customer and supporting the mission of Lionfish Central. Partnering with Lionfish Central raises awareness and support for lionfish control and gives customers and clients and opportunity to assist in the fight. Are you interested in supporting Lionfish Central? If so, please click on the following link for more information.
Thank You, From Lionfish Central
Lionfish Central is deeply grateful for our partners and their generous contributions which allow us to provide services and tools to organizations and individuals working to combat the lionfish epidemic. Together, we can combine our resources to provide assistance in the evaluation, education and eradication of invasive lionfish. With support from our partners, we can continue to provide crucial services to organizations and individuals committed to the eradication of lionfish from our waters.