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Ashley Banks Named New Partner and Firm Name Change

Younce, Vtipil, & Baznik is pleased to congratulate attorney Ashley Banks on her promotion to the position of named partner at the law firm. The Raleigh, North Carolina law firm will now be known as Younce, Vtipil, Baznik & Banks, P.A.

“The law firm’s name change recognizes the significant contributions that Ashley Banks has made to the law firm,” said partner David Vtipil. “She has proven herself to be a skilled advocate for her family law clients and a valued colleague. We are delighted to have her as a partner.”

As a family law attorney, Ashley Banks handles a broad range of domestic law issues, including separation agreements, divorces, child custody, child support, alimony, parental rights, and equitable distribution.

Ashley grew up in Chapel Hill, N.C. and received a Bachelor of Arts in political science from North Carolina State University, graduating magna cum laude. She then obtained a Juris Doctor from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University.

While attending law school, Ashley received the Beverly Massey Scholarship and served as President of Women in Law. She led the organization to receive the 2013 Outstanding Organization of the Year Award for best serving the student body.

Ashley was chosen as a member of the Mock Trial Team, where her abilities as a litigator began to be noticed. Upon graduation, she received the NC Advocates for Justice Most Outstanding Advocate Award and was inducted into the Order of Old Kivett for excelling in trial advocacy at regional and national competitions while observing the highest ethical standards.

ince joining the law firm, she has focused exclusively on family law matters. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, the Wake County Bar Association, Wake County Family Law Division and Wake County Young Lawyers Division.

She is married to Grant Allison, and they recently welcomed their first child born in February.

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