Lawrenceville, GA (February 2022) – Ashley Pepitone, founding partner at Pepitone Family Law is the recipient of the Super Lawyers® 2022 Rising Star distinction in the category of Family Law. Ashley has been named to this list for four consecutive years beginning in 2019.

Super Lawyers Rising Stars BadgeSuper Lawyers® is a Thomson Reuters rating service that recognizes a select number of attorneys for their outstanding work and contributions to the legal profession from more than 70 practice areas. The selection process for Rising Stars consists of a multi-step process including a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of each candidate, and peer reviews by practice area. The outcome of such a process provides a competent, comprehensive, and inclusive list of excellent attorneys. Lawyers are eligible for the Rising Stars nomination if they are under the age of 40 and have less than ten years in practice.

Attorneys receiving this distinction are among the top 2.5 percent of lawyers within their state. The lists are published nationwide in Super Lawyers Magazines as well in local and regional publications. The magazines also feature lawyer profiles of leading attorneys in their respective fields.

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About Ashley Pepitone

Attorney Ashley PepitoneLawrenceville divorce and family law attorney, Ashley Pepitone, founded Pepitone Family Law in February 2021 under the guiding principle that those seeking a resolution to familial matters deserve transparency and security as they move forward with their lives. Originally from Boston, Ashley’s exclusive experience in domestic litigation and her reputation as a straight shooter has developed the firm’s success. Communication and transparency are pillars of her client-centric divorce and family law practice which has helped her to develop an environment of trust and integrity. The unique flat-fee service approach that Ashley has implemented provides her clients with absolute clarity as they develop solutions for their futures.

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