Ashleigh is an accomplished real estate lawyer with 17 years of experience. Skilled in all facets of real property law, she has conducted thousands of residential closings. She also handles real property litigation, acquisitions, title curative work, contracts, disputes and much more.
Ashleigh is a committed community volunteer, serving in various leadership capacities that advance the professionalism of the real estate community. She has served as president of the Real Estate Lawyers Association of North Carolina (RELANC) and the Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association.
“Ashleigh has handled closings, assisted with contracts, given legal opinions, presented at our office and has consistently responded in a very timely manner over the years. I absolutely consider her and the entire team as knowledgeable, dedicated professionals who successfully represent clients.”Client Review
More About Ashleigh
Education & Admissions
UNC at Chapel Hill School of Law – JD 2005
Order of the Barristers
UNC at Chapel Hill – BA 2001
North Carolina Bar 2005
US District Courts – Eastern, Middle and Western Districts Courts of North Carolina
North Carolina Bar Association
Wake County Bar Association
Co-chair of the Summer Clerk Program for 5 years
Real Estate Lawyers Association of North Carolina (RELANC)
Board of Directors and Past-President
NC Land Title Association
Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association
Home Builders Association of Raleigh
Speaking & Publications
Ashleigh routinely speaks to the real estate industry on legal matters affecting their businesses. Recent presentations include:
- Panel speaker at NC Secretary of State’s Electronic Mortgage Closing Conference.
- “Fundamentals of Taxes and Liens in Real Property Transactions” CLE – NC Bar Association Real Property Section.
- “How residential real estate law firms will change in October 2015” – CFPP’s new federal disclosures and ALTA’s best practices presented to various realtor groups.
- “The owner is dead – what agents need to know when the owner/seller has died” to various realtor groups throughout 2016.
NC Museum of History
Junior League of Raleigh
St. Michaels Episcopal Church