Ashley Nichols, Esq.
Ashley has focused her practice in the area of community association law, specializing in debt recovery (collections and foreclosure) on behalf of her clients. She has an innate ability to see both sides of a situation and believes, as cliche as it may sound, that communication is key to successful collections.
Born and raised in Texas, Ashley earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and graduated in 2007 from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. Shortly thereafter, she relocated to Colorado and hasn’t looked back since! She started her practice in debt recovery for community associations and found her passion immediately in that area of the law. Ashley enjoys educating managers and clients in the industry on the practical aspects of collection of assessments and progressive strategies in order to be successful.
Ashley is admitted to practice in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas state and Colorado federal courts.
Thinking Outside the Ballot Box, Common Interests Magazine, February 2016
The Future is Here and It’s Electric! Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and Community Associations, Common Interests Magazine, February 2018
What to Expect When You’re Collecting: A Primer on Tools for Your Community Association, Common Interests Magazine, August 2018
Social Media: Building Community and Avoiding Pitfalls, Common Interests Magazine, October 2018
Drones, Drones, Everywhere – What Does Your Association Need to Know, Common Interests Magazine, February 2019
Significant Updates to FHA Policy for Condominium Approvals, Common Interests Magazine, February 2020
Emotional Support Animals and Your Community (co-author), Common Interests Magazine, February 2021
Business Partner Ethics: Contracts, Corruption, and Candor, Common Interests Magazine, June 2021