Some people are able to work things out with the help of an attorney, but when the child support started getting difficult I was given the best gift. Ashley’s contact information. Also as a happily divorced woman I found myself with the amazing opportunity to take my kids to an area better suited for their needs, and I needed someone to help me petition my move. While the former initially agreed, things changed once he met with the law firm taking on his case (and taking his money). No matter how irritated or upset I felt about an issue, or the formers attorneys lack of response or competency, Ashley kept her focus on my girls. She made it a point to personally understand the unique and special needs of my daughter and why my move was so important to her wellbeing. She helped me to anticipate the future and future needs of my children, and always, always, always made me feel like I was her only client (even answering questions during her breaks during trials). She was a warrior in my corner, my girls corner. She was firm, direct, and extremely responsive with opposing council (often educating him on what he should have already known). There was not a single time I didn’t trust Ashley to speak on my behalf and not a single time she drug my case out for additional compensation. She forwarded all email traffic between her and opposing council, even followed up teleconferences with an email summary to opposing council (forwarded to me). She set and enforced deadlines with opposing council, regardless of what appeared to be their effort to gain more money from my former husband (and often times highlighted their lack of knowledge, care, or concern of our case). Ashley was my partner in setting my children up for success. She is an amazing professional and while I hope to never have to use her services for a case like this again, I know I always have a place to turn to and someone there to fight for us.