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Attorney Ashley N. Irwin
Ashley N. Irwin enjoys helping clients accomplish their financial goals through the bankruptcy process. Knowing this can be a difficult time for clients, Ashley uses great communication skills and attention to detail to help clients feel at ease during the bankruptcy process. She strives to provide highly efficient and effective representation to all clients and always seeks the best possible resolution for them.
During law school, Ashley was a Rule 13 attorney in the Child and Family Services Clinic and worked at a personal injury law firm and a criminal defense law firm where she handled a variety of legal issues. She is also well-versed in family law and personal injury law and uses her knowledge in these different areas of the law to best advocate for and advise her clients.
Ashley has been a licensed attorney for over a decade, and employed in the legal profession for over two decades. She has tried over 100 cases. Today, she prefers to utilize her decades’ worth of experience to advocate for clients in and out of the courtroom to ensure the best results for her clients.
Ashley was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, both south of and north of the river. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities.
- University of Missouri – Kansas City, School of Law, J.D.
- University of Missouri – Kansas City, Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice and Criminology, cum laude
Court Membership and Admission
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Eastern Jackson County Bar Association
- Cass County Bar Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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