Amanda Ashley

Attorney- Debt Recovery

Phone: 303.991.2012
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  • Favorite Quote:
    “I have spent many years of my life in opposition, and I rather like the role.”
    – Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Favorite Game: Monopoly
  • Favorite Sport: Football
  • Perfect Vacation: "Anywhere with a nice warm fireplace, a good book, and the snow falling outside the windows."

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Amanda began her career working as a criminal defense attorney representing persons charged with felonies and misdemeanors. She then worked for a non-profit, practicing in a variety of areas including bankruptcy, discrimination, and simple estate planning. She has experience with bankruptcy cases on both the debtor and creditor side. Amanda was recognized by Milwaukee Magazine as the “Highest Rated Attorney” in 2012, “Rising Star” in 2013, and “Top Rated Attorney” in 2014. She has served as a speaker at both the National Association of Bar Related Insurance Companies and the Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference. With trial and adversary skills, mediation, mortgage modification, hearing, and bankruptcy skills, Amanda has a well-rounded background to help service the needs of our clients.

Education:
B.A., Central Methodist University – 2000
Juris Doctor, Marquette University Law School – 2004

Professional Organizations:
Community Association Institute
Colorado Bar Association
Adams County Bar Association
Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program – 2015 to Present
Wisconsin Law Foundation Fellow – 2016 to Present

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:
7/18 – Collections v. Foreclosures: What’s the Difference and Which One is Better? (Loveland)
9/5 – Lawyers, Guns, and Money: Federal Influences on HOA Operations
12/5 – Ask the Experts

Posts by Amanda Ashley

Notice of Foreclosure?! We Missed It!

Is your association receiving notice whenever a public trustee foreclosure is initiated?  If not, it could be because your association has not updated or recorded a document specifying where notices of foreclosures must be sent. When a public trustee foreclosure is initiated, “interested parties” are notified.  An interested party is “Each person, except the publicGo to Resource

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – What Is It?

  Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases tend toward the routine. The debtor files a bankruptcy petition, the trustee holds a “Meeting of Creditors” wherein the debtor is questioned under oath about the bankruptcy and a trustee determines whether the debtor has any assets that may be sold to pay his/her creditors.  If the trustee finds thereGo to Resource

The Mysterious World of Bankruptcy

      Bankruptcy is one of those mystical creatures that we’ve all heard about but hope we never encounter it. If your association hasn’t yet dealt with an owner who filed or is in an active bankruptcy, there’s a very good chance that you will!  In fact, bankruptcies are frequently used by owners toGo to Resource