Ashley Day founded her own practice in 2019 to further pursue her passion for helping individuals with specific care needs. Before law school, Ashley taught high school students in special education and worked as a sales representative and district manager with Pfizer, Inc. In each of these roles, she witnessed the strenuous circumstances faced by parents, guardians, and caregivers every day when it came to caring for their loved ones and journeying through difficult circumstances without the right plan in place or legal counsel to help guide and advocate for them. That’s when she felt called to pursue a career in a role that would allow her to dedicate her time to helping these individuals and families.
Ashley graduated from Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, with a Bachelor of Arts in English. In 2010, she received her Juris Doctorate and Health Law Certificate from the St. Louis University School of Law, where she also pursued her Masters in Public Health Policy. Ashley is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Mobile Bar Association, the Baldwin County Bar Association, and the Christian Legal Society.
At Ashley Day Law, LLC, Ashley utilizes her education and vast experience to provide clients with a range of legal planning services, all of which revolve around solving issues related to aging and disability.
Ashley believes education is empowering and is available to speak to groups and organizations interested in learning more about elder law or special needs planning. To schedule an appointment to meet with her or arrange for her to speak, please contact our office.Get In Touch
Wendy Brady graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science. She joined Ashley Day Law as a legal assistant and office manager soon after the practice opened, and is now a paralegal. Wendy works closely with clients and with Ashley to ensure clients’ needs are met.
Wendy has been an active volunteer for many years at Maryville Outreach Center, Equipping the Called, African Vision of Hope, and First Baptist Church of Maryville.
Born in Texas and raised in central Illinois, Wendy is married with three children. Her son is in the Navy reserves. Wendy was a foster parent prior to adopting two of her children through foster care. Both adopted children have special needs, which has given Wendy good insight to the complexities of that life – school, therapies, healthcare, as well as guardianship.