FISCAL FOUNDATION. CREATING CONNECTIONS.
Pittsburgh collaborative family law attorney Ashley M. Majorsky focuses her practice on equitable distribution, custody and support for clients with complex financial needs.
With a talent for breaking down complex financials, Pittsburgh family lawyer Ashley M. Majorsky helps clients plan for their futures with confidence.
Ashley digs into the financials, using the story they tell to help clients address the fiscal and tax implications of divorce. Combining a forensic accounting background with experience in civil litigation, she makes the best possible use of the financial evidence to resolve complex equitable distribution, custody and support cases.
Making a connection with each client, she also acknowledges the emotional elements of divorce and works to relieve their anxieties.
Ashley began her career with four years of dedicated experience as a certified business valuation analyst, before attending the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where she received numerous awards, worked as a law clerk for the Family Law Clinic and Pollock Begg and served as editor of Pittsburgh Tax Review.
As a practicing attorney, she’s expanded her skill set with specialized collaborative law training to help clients work toward interest-based solutions as they navigate the emotionally-charged divorce process.
A life-long western Pennsylvanian originally from Latrobe, Ashley enjoys Pittsburgh’s amazing restaurant scene and baking up sweet treats in her own kitchen. She’s frequently found working off the calories from her delicious indulgences at CrossFit or hanging out with her husband and cat.