• Biography

    Ashley E. Edwards represents clients in all aspects of matrimonial and family law, including divorce litigation and mediation, post-judgment litigation, custody and parenting time issues, alimony and child support, pre-nuptial agreements, matrimonial settlement agreements,  domestic violence, and domestic partnership matters.

    Prior to entering private practice, Ashley served as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Anthony F. Picheca, Jr., J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Family Division, Somerset County.

    At Rutgers University School of Law, Ashley received The Herman J. Finn Legal Ethics Award and the Dean’s Pro Bono Publico Award, recognizing 100+ hours of pro bono service. She also served as a research assistant to professor Donald Joseph and was recognized for research contributions within Chapter 7 of The Pennsylvania Ethics Handbook, 4th Edition.

    While pursuing her law degree, Ashley provided legal services to victims of Hurricane Sandy through Rutgers’ Alternative Spring Break Initiative and Volunteer Lawyers For Justice. She has also conducted research and written briefs and memoranda for the Office of the Public Defender, Camden and Ocean counties.

    Ashley has been selected for inclusion on the current list of New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars for Family Law.

  • Education & Career

    Education

    Rutgers Law School | J.D., 2014
    The College of New Jersey | B.A., 2011

    Bar Admissions

    New Jersey
    U.S. District Court

    • District of New Jersey

    Languages

    English
    Spanish

    Professional Affiliations

    New Jersey State Bar Association

  • Awards & Recognition

    Super Lawyers logo

    Ashley E. Edwards was selected to the 2018 Rising Stars Super Lawyers list. The Super Lawyers List is issued by Thompson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

     

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