L. Ashley Brooks - MNR – Mahoney + Nashatka + Richmond , PLLC

L. Ashley Brooks

Tel: (757) 644-4731
a.brooks@mnr-law.com

As a 16-year-old entering undergrad, L. Ashley Brooks saw herself becoming a U.S. Senator from Roanoke, Va. But during her undergraduate years at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., the law started to call.

She found that her compassionate, friendly personality paired well with her desire to help others – to make the world a better place during her time on earth. It also didn’t hurt that Ashley, as her friends and family call her, possessed a lot of Atticus Finch’s personality traits in Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”: respectful, honest, reasonable and ethical. These qualities, plus her affinity for aging adults, led her in one direction.

Ashley chose to set up a practice helping people with trusts, wills, estates and elder law after graduating from Regent University School of Law.

Ashley enjoys the one-on-one relationships she has with her clients, not only as a planner but as a trusted adviser. For 13 years she has dedicated her time to helping individuals, families and businesses plan and navigate the legal challenges that arise along the way at her own practice in Chesapeake, Va.

In 2018, Ashley chose to meld her areas of expertise with Mahoney Nashatka Richmond, PLLC and its family law, boutique-style law practice. Ashley continues to serve clients throughout Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Hampton Roads by providing counsel on how best to leave their legacies and administer those plans for the best use, protection and disposition of their hard-earned assets.

Ashley realizes that each estate plan must be tailored to the individual. Her role, she knows, is to listen to concerns and goals, and recommend plans and tools to serve her clients’ needs and objectives.

In her spare time, Ashley loves to hike, garden, ride horses or hang with her two dogs, Evan, a Welsh Corgi, and Harper (yes, after “Mockingbird’s” Lee), a hound-pit-bull mix. She also likes to plan vacations around visiting renowned art museums and galleries all over the world.