Meet the Team
Ashly Mae Guernaccini
Ashly Guernaccini founded atCAUSE Law Office because she knows good legal representation is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Her practice is focused on estate planning (wills, trusts, healthcare directives), probate, intellectual property (trademarks & copyrights), and business law, specifically contract law, business transactions, dispute resolution, business formation, and labor law.
Ashly received her B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and went on to receive her Doctor of Law Degree from Duquesne University School of Law. She spent over ten years as in-house counsel for large, nonprofit healthcare providers, managing their legal departments and overseeing regulatory compliance, trademark protection, labor and employment law administration, contract management, and many more legal and business functions.
While Ashly is already a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, she joined the Florida Bar in 2020 to start helping small business owners in Pinellas County with all of their legal needs.
Ashly can explain complex legal matters in a way that those who know nothing of the law can understand. She's very efficient and great at time management, which saves clients money on legal fees. Ashly takes pride in really getting to know the people and businesses she services, and firmly believes that building a strong relationship is the foundation from which the magic happens. atCAUSE Law Office is here to make Florida business law affordable and easy to understand.
Bar Admissions: Florida (2020), Pennsylvania (2001)
Dina Arvanitakis joined the team of Non-Stuffy Attorneys because that's exactly what she is! Along with being down-to-earth, Dina possesses an unpparelled level of professionalism while delivering legal services of the utmost quality.
Dina brings over 20 years of legal experience with specific attention to estate planning, probate, and real estate law. With a Juris Doctorate & Masters of Law in International Business and Trade, Dina is well equipped to handle a multitude of legal matters.
Bar Admissions: Florida (2000), District of Columbia (2000), Illinois (1999)