Jessica A. Asbill - A Cordell & Cordell Fayetteville Divorce Attorney

Jessica A. Asbill

Associate Attorney

Fayetteville divorce attorney Jessica A. AsbillFayetteville divorce attorney Jessica A. Asbill has always enjoyed helping people. As a family law attorney, people come to her on often what is one of the worst days of their lives and she has the privilege of helping them through the difficult time and preparing them for the future.

Additionally, Ms. Asbill is naturally competitive, which comes into play in her practice.

“Being a family law attorney allows me to step in the courtroom and utilize my competitive nature to bring the very best case for my client based upon facts, strategy, and the law,” Ms. Asbill said.

Ms. Asbill is very diligent and believes in taking the extra step and making the extra effort for her client.

“I never take for granted that my client is another case, because my case is their only case,” she said. “Whether it means additional efforts to locate witnesses or documents, or it means spending another hour reviewing before trial, I believe the most prepared attorney is the best attorney.”

Ms. Asbill always makes an initial effort to explain to her client the difficult nature of divorce, but reassures them they are not alone.

“I am there to be their advocate and look forward to zealously representing their interests,” she said.

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Asbill is licensed to practice in Georgia.


Ms. Asbill received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan. She earned her juris doctor from Seattle University.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Asbill practiced family law and criminal defense.


  • Alumni Association of the University of Michigan
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Active with local bar of Griffin Judicial Circuit


  • Seattle University School of Law: Trustee Law Scholarship, McKinley Irvin Family Law Scholarship, CALI award for Insurance Law



“Jessica is an outstanding woman. Working with Cordell & Cordell has been a great experience. The experience is grade a quality. Despite the traumatic cause, the experience has been phenomenal.”