On meeting Associate Attorney Ashley Rahaman, people immediately sense her calm, good-natured, confidence. Clients find her easy to talk to about divorce and separation, and about custody and family support, among other serious matters. They know she gives good advice.
Ashley’s compassion for each client’s legal and emotional challenges is genuine. Nothing is lost on her. But as an experienced litigator, she never lets the emotional aspects of the case overtake her good legal sense and judgment.
An accomplished attorney who has earned the respect of her peers, Ashley is on the board of directors of the Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) Family Law Section. She was chair of the MCBA Family Law Section(2017) and serves as Maricopa County Superior Court judge pro tempore, testament to her legal acumen.
Ashley has what it takes to obtain the best possible outcome for clients – whether it be through judicial resolution, negotiated settlement agreement, or parenting plan agreement (she once drafted a parenting plan dividing the Super Bowl as a ‘holiday’).
While growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, Ashley attended The Barstow School, a unique preparatory school with a mission “to promote sound scholarship and to give symmetrical development to mind, body, and character.”
Ashley did well at Barstow. (Especially as captain of the dance team. She still has her moves. Tap anyone?) Today, she exemplifies the work-life balance Barstow teaches its students.
As an undergraduate, Ashley attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, earning her bachelor’s degree in English Literature (2004).
For her juris doctorate (2008), she returned to Topeka, Kansas, to attend Washburn University School of Law as a Presidential Scholarship recipient.
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