Ann is a native of Berks County who was raised in Birdsboro and graduated from Central Catholic High School. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 1993, and her Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law in 1996, where she graduated cum laude. In law school, Ann was a member of the law review for Widener’s Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. Ann was also a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity.
Ann began her legal practice as an associate at Henry & Beaver LLP in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, where she concentrated her practice in the area of family law. Ann returned to Berks County in 2002 when she became Special Counsel for the Domestic Relations Section of Berks County. While with Domestic Relations, Ann helped develop and implement policies and assisted clients with support and paternity matters, including inter-state and intra-state support matters.
In 2004, Ann returned to private practice concentrating in the area of family law. In 2005, Ann joined Dawn Palange to form Palange & Endres, P.C., where she continued her focus on clients dealing with divorce, separation, custody, and support issues.
Ann is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section, the Berks County Bar Association, Family Law Section, and the Justice William Strong American Inns of Court.
Ann resides in Sinking Spring with her husband, Eric, and their children, Erin and Daniel. Ann enjoys reading, skiing, theater and music, and spending time with her family.
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|Partner||Palange & Endres, P.C.||2005 - Present|
|Special Counsel||Berks County Domestic Relations Section||2002 - 2005|
|Associate||Henry & Beaver LLP||1997 - 2002|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Justice William Strong American Inn of Court||Master||2005 - Present|
|Berks County Bar Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||1997 - Present|
|K.J.P. vs. R.A.P. 68 A.3d 974 (Pa. Super. 2013)||Superior Court affirmed the trial court's determination that obligor could not claim a loss of income from the sale of his residence.|
|Widener University School of Law||N/A||Juris Doctor||1996|
|University of Pittsburgh||N/A||Bachelor of Arts||1993|