Ashley L. Cassel
- 24/7 Availability
- Attorney Cassel handles your case personally
- Specifically focused on Family Law
Taylor and Miller LLP
Trusted experience. Proven results.133 S Peterboro St.
Canastota, 1371, NY 13202 1-877-234-7821
Attorney Ashley L. Cassel believes that the best lawyers establish strong relationships with their clients. For her, being a family and matrimonial lawyer is not just a job but a commitment that is built on true advocacy. Since she entered the legal world attorney Cassel has worked exclusively in the areas of matrimonial and family law, helping her clients start new lives while crafting reasonable solutions in divorce, child custody, alimony, visitation, child support, mediation and other family law matters.
A graduate of La Salle University, Attorney Cassel completed a double major in Criminal Justice and Sociology. She then attended and acquired her Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. During her time there she interned with the Honorable Donald A. Greenwood and then experienced a strong calling to assisting families in the university’s Children’s Rights and Family Law Clinic where she represented families and children in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies.
After graduating from law school and a successful admittance to the New York State Bar, attorney Ashley L. Cassel began practicing in Corning, New York completely dedicated to matrimonial law. She then joined the Taylor and Miller Law Firm in Canastota, NY where she once again is dedicated to family and matrimonial law.
Some of the types of cases handled include, but are not limited to:
- Divorce and Legal Separation
- Child Custody and Support
- Spousal Support
- Domestic Violence
- Divorce Modification and Enforcement
- Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)
- Undergraduate School: La Salle University ’07 – Bachelor of Arts
- Law School: Syracuse University College of Law ’10 – Juris Doctor Year Admitted: 2011
- New York
- American Bar Association, NYSBA, Madison County Bar Association