Ashley F. Morgan is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is also authorized and admitted to practice law in the United States District Court and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. She has dedicated the majority of her legal career helping clients file Chapter 7, 11, and 13 in the Eastern District of Virginia. Ashley works with both individual and business debtors to find the best solution to their debt problems. She is regularly in bankruptcy court in Alexandria, VA or attending 341s with our clients.
Ashley is fluent in both English and Spanish. She has a very positive approach to the practice of law. She also enjoys helping her clients solve their problems as quickly and as simply as possible, preserving their assets and lifestyles, while also preventing and minimizing any future issues and concerns for them.
She also works with clients to try and find ways of managing debt either through the bankruptcy code or through any non-bankruptcy alternatives. This includes negotiating settlements with creditors in order to avoid bankruptcy or preforming corporate wind downs in accordance with state laws.
Ashley also enjoys working with her corporate clients. She helps business not only with closing their doors, but also setting up and advising business while they are growing and expanding. She feels like having an attorney ensure that the business properly expands, it will prevent potential problems down the road. Ashley regularly drafts handbooks for business, conducts sexual harassment and discrimination presentations, and crafts contracts for the needs of her clients.
By finding the most efficient and practical solutions available, Ashley helps clients save time and money while achieving optimal results. Ashley also practices in the area of immigration law, helping clients through the difficult immigration process. She helps clients with both affirmative and defensive asylum petitions. She is also willing to take on difficult cases, when a client has limited options available, including petitioning the immigration court for a client’s protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT).
Ashley started Ashley F. Morgan Law, PC after working for the Law Offices of Juan E. Milanes, PLLC for over three years. After years of learning from Juan Milanes, she wanted to continue to provide quality representation to the northern Virginia community. She has been quoted in many local and national publications about how to deal with debt, including U.S. News & World Report, HuffPost, and Credit Karma.