Ashley M. Majorsky is an associate attorney at Pollock Begg, dedicated to handling the unique equitable distribution, custody and support needs of clients with complex financial histories.
Ashley strives to make a connection with each client to gain the best understanding of his or her financial circumstances. Combining a forensic accounting background with experience in civil litigation, Ashley makes the best possible use of the financial evidence in each case. She has a special interest in the tax implications of divorce and has written extensively on the impact of the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act on family law.
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 the Law Alumni Association Scholarship, the John P. Gismondi Civil Litigation Certificate, and the Family Law Clinic’s CALI Excellence for the Future Award. While attending law school, she worked as a law clerk for the Family Law Clinic and Pollock Begg and served as editor of Pittsburgh Tax Review.
A member of the Allegheny County Bar, the Westmoreland County Bar and the Pennsylvania Bar associations, Ashley is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania.
A life-long western Pennsylvanian originally from Latrobe, Ashley is committed to improving the region she calls home. She serves on the board of directors of Adelphoi Village, a nonprofit agency providing community-based programs for children and families. She also has volunteered as a certified legal intern with the Allegheny County Pro Se Clinic.
Outside of the office, 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 cat, Mason.