Ashley's practice focuses on trust and estate litigation, and estate planning and administration. She provides practical and effective counsel to her fiduciary clients regarding their duties and her individual clients regarding their rights.
Ashley practiced for nearly 10 years in Florida and California before moving to Oregon in January 2018 and has enjoyed helping families and individuals address and solve sensitive issues and disputes, both in the courtroom and through alternative dispute resolution. She advises clients on planning for incapacity and in structuring wealth to achieve their goals, which have ranged from simple plans to complex strategies spanning multiple generations. Ashley oversaw these structures through the estate and trust administration process. She has significant experience helping institutional trustees settle estates and administer ongoing trusts.
- California Women Lawyers, Member
- Florida Bar Association, Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section, Member
- San Francisco Bar Association, Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Section, Member
- The State Bar of California, Trusts and Estates Section, Member
Represented a homeowner on a matter of first impression against the Property Appraiser for Martin County, Florida, which effectively changed local public policy in favor of taxpayers regarding property tax reassessment on homes owned by qualified personal residence trusts.
- Oregon, 2018
- California, 2016
- Florida, 2006
- J.D., University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, 2005
- B.S., University of Florida (cum laude), Psychology, 2002
- The Hon. Richard L. Oftedal and the Hon. Karen L. Martin, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, 2006-2007