Collier Legal Company Joining Forces With Beaverson Law Group, PC
ELKHART— July 24th,2023 — Attorney Ashlie M. Collier of Collier Legal Company is excited to announce future plans for the expansion of capacity and expertise to provide legal services to our community by joining forces with Attorney Deborah J. Beaverson and Beaverson Law Group, PC this fall.
“This has been a conversation years in the making,” said attorney Collier. “We’re so excited to announce that it’s finally happening. This should be something that everyone wants. It’s a huge win for our clients and our community.”
Continuing to assist clients with estate planning, trust and estate administration, and elder law alternatives, all current clients of Collier Legal Company will now additionally have access to the full knowledge, experience, and reputation of Beaverson Law Group at their convenience.
Beginning September 1, 2023, joint operations will begin at the current location of Beaverson Law Group, PC at 234 Waterfall Drive, Suite A in Elkhart, IN. More details and development of this partnership are still to be finalized and will be announced at a later date.
For more information on:
Wills. Trusts. Estate Planning. Probate. Elder Law
Born and raised in a small farm town in Northern Indiana, Ashlie has a heart for helping the community in which she grew up by providing strong legal advocacy to the people and businesses of this area.
Ashlie received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Christian Counseling from Liberty University, went on to earn her law degree from Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, IN and is a certified fellow of the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity.
Before Ashlie became a lawyer, she worked in various advocacy roles for children with cognitive disabilities in both specialized treatment clinics and area schools. Ashlie has a real passion for making the law accessible to all people, recognizing that adequate legal counsel is difficult to attain by those who may be disadvantaged socially or economically. She has a heart for family and pours her abilities into assisting families walk through the legal processes of estate planning and elder law.
Ashlie also has a passion for small businesses and the entrepreneurial spirit and likes to translate her legal skills into helping people take the American dream of business ownership into a reality. Ashlie also participated in the Notre Dame Intellectual Property Pro Bono clinic and has served in intellectual property matters for business in our community. Other interesting areas of the law that she enjoys are not-for-profit law and entertainment law.
Ashlie and her husband Cody are active in their church community, have three children, a dog, and reside in Elkhart County, Indiana. She also currently serves on the board of World Missionary Press.