Pledger Law started out of a desire to improve the community in and around Angus/Borden. We live here, we obtain our products and services here, and most importantly, we provide meaningful legal support here.
It is our mission to increase accessibility of competent and affordable legal services in Angus/Borden and the surrounding community. We aim to give our clients great service and great results.
As a local resident and military spouse, Ashley understands the legal needs and circumstances of military families and the surrounding community.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Ashley studied at Dalhousie University. After being called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2010, she spent several years practicing law at a medium-sized firm. She has been a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2014.
Ashley loves sports and has recently taken up box lacrosse with the Barrie Master Lacrosse Club. She also enjoys rugby, softball, and squash.
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Tina is a military spouse and Licensed Paralegal excited about providing legal services to the local community.
She is originally from New Brunswick where she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of New Brunswick.
Having always had a passion for the law, Tina was thrilled at the opportunity to become a legal professional in Ontario. She received her Paralegal diploma and was licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2016.
Tina is an avid fan of football, which she played competitively for 10 years, is an active volunteer within the military community and loves all activities that involve being in or around water.
Jennifer is a newly Licensed Paralegal excited about providing legal services in Simcoe County.
She grew up in Brampton and after some moving around she has settled down in Barrie, a place she now calls home. In her spare time, Jenn enjoys running and spending time with family.
Growing up, she had the influence of her father (a now retired Police Officer), helping to foster her interest in the Law. After a couple of years as a Legal Assistant, Jenn decided it was time to go back to school. She received her Paralegal diploma with honours and was licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2017.