Ashley Clower

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Ashley Clower

Clower Law

6207 S. Walnut Street
Suite 400
Loomis, CA 95650
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Ashley Clower is an estate planning attorney who focuses on estate planning for families, special needs trusts, settlement planning, trust administration, probate and conservatorships. Prior to becoming an estate planning attorney, she clerked and practiced for approximately 10 years in the field of Civil Litigation. During that time, her primary practice was personal injury, assisting injured persons. She began estate planning in 2014, when she quickly learned that she had a passion and knack for planning for families and individuals with special needs. Additionally, because of her background in personal injury, Ashley enjoys settlement planning for injured individuals who are currently receiving public benefits and are also receiving a settlement.

Ashley Clower graduated from the University of California, Davis, with a B.A. in Sociology. She volunteered with the Legal Center for the Elderly and Disabled and clerked for local firms while obtaining a Juris Doctorate from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Ashley is licensed to practice law before all of the courts of the State of California and is a current member of Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association (CCTLA) and Women Lawyers of Sacramento.

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