Pennsylvania native Angelica Maria (Acevedo) Andrews has practiced family law for 14 years. She started her private practice in Philadelphia after graduating from University of Pittsburgh Law School. Angelica is a CPA as well as an attorney, having done her undergraduate work at the Fuqua School of business at Duke.
She moved her practice to Arizona in 2009 settling in Scottsdale where she met her husband Michael, an emergency room physician. They have a young daughter. Angelica is active in the community supporting Ronald McDonald Charities.
“The break-up of a family ranks only second to the loss of a child or spouse as the most stressful life event. Both spouses are in a very fragile emotional state. Your representative must possess empathy. Any divorce attorney that doesn’t have guiding principle shouldn’t practice family law. It’s the ante in the game. I have a lot of empathy for my clients and their children, plus a track record of guiding my clients to favorable outcomes.”