What is Amicable Divorce and Why Should Divorcing Couples Consider It?

Family Law

Divorcing couples have a healthier, more cost-effective alternative to the typically adversarial nature of the divorce process – it’s called Amicable Divorce. There is no denying the impact of divorce, and while amicable divorce doesn’t omit all pain and strain, the civil nature of the amicable divorce process is better for the couple and family … Read More

Prioritizing Self-Care as Family Law and Divorce Professionals

Family Law

The Amicable Divorce Network hosted Certified Amicable Divorce Professional (CADP) training in Nashville from March 7th to March 9th. I had the privilege of being one of the speakers, addressing a topic very close to my heart: compassion fatigue and the pivotal role of self-care in the legal profession. As a divorce lawyer and owner … Read More

Ashley Pepitone Earns Certified Amicable Divorce Professional Designation

Family Law

Ashley Pepitone, founding attorney of Pepitone Family Law, received the Certified Amicable Divorce Professional (CADP) Designation from the Amicable Divorce Network (ADN) in Nashville, TN in March 2024. In addition to being a Certified Amicable Divorce Professional, she earned ADN’s Gray Divorce Special Designation and the Child-Centered Divorce Special Designation. The Amicable Divorce Network (ADN) … Read More

How to Successfully Divorce a Narcissist

Divorce, Family Law, Pepitone Family Law

As a divorce lawyer serving Gwinnett County, Fulton County and surrounding areas for more than a decade, I have noticed that individuals going through a divorce love to diagnose their ex-partner with some sort of personality disorder. Ten years ago, the popular diagnosis was “bipolar”. Nowadays, it’s “narcissist.” What’s a narcissist? According to the Oxford … Read More

When It Comes to Child Custody: Be the Parent

Child Custody, Family Law

Gwinnett County family lawyer Ashley Pepitone, founder of Pepitone Family Law, says one of the biggest struggles she sees in divorce and child custody cases is a parent unwilling to be the parent and enforce the custody agreement. Today’s parenting encourages children to speak up and make decisions about their lives at an early age. … Read More