Aysia focuses her practice on all areas of family law and works closely with her clients to utilize her excellent communication and analytical skills helping family law litigants to understand and get through the legal process with the best possible outcome. Aysia is also admitted to the bar in Washington D.C.
Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Aysia strives to represent clients in the most articulate and compassionate way. She previously held positions with the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission- Office of Federal Operations in Washington, D.C. and the Office of the Attorney General. Aysia also pursued her interest in family law during law school and was accepted into the Court Appointed Special Advocate program to assist children involved in the court system.
She has her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from Clark Atlanta University. From there she served as a Deputy Clerk for the Richmond General District Court. During her law school matriculation, Aysia served on the Executive Board of the Black Law Students Association and as a Senior Editor of the Law Journal at Appalachian School of Law where she ultimately received her Juris Masters and J.D. degrees.
Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Settlement Agreements, Prenuptial and Ante-nuptial Agreements, Protective and Peace Orders, Criminal, Civil Litigation.
Appalachian School of Law – Juris Doctor
Appalachian School of Law – Juris Masters
Clark Atlanta University – BS Criminal Justice