Ashley J. Algarvio is the Estate Planning Case Manager at Surprenant & Beneski, P.C. She has been a Case Manager with the firm for nine years. Originally from South Carolina, she has been living in Massachusetts for many years. She has an associate’s degree in Legal Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Fisher College.
At Surprenant & Beneski, P.C., Ashley enjoys helping clients receive the best experience possible and helping give them peace of mind. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her husband and her dog “Stanley” as well. She hopes to travel more and visit new places, and maybe even own a restaurant one day!
What do you like about working at the firm?
I like that they are flexible. I like that they value my opinion and are open to my suggestions to better processes. I like that they are open about what challenges we are having.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
I enjoy time with my family and friends, camping, cooking, visiting new places to eat and exploring new places. I love fall and fall activities.
What are 3 positive words you think people might use to describe you?
Funny, understanding, compassionate.
What do you want our clients to know about you?
I am married, I have one daughter who is 4 and two dogs. My husband and I love to cook, drink wine and travel. My daughter loves animals and has a huge stuffie collection. We enjoy time with our friends and family and we love camping.
What are your favorite local spot?
Love Charred Oak Tavern, any of the local breweries or wineries such as Sakonet or Westport Rivers, love music and live bands. My husband is a big fan of Fathams and fresh seafood.
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