Analija M. Zampogna focuses her practice in the areas of Estate Administration, Estate Planning, and Estate Litigation.
Ana assists personal representatives with administering the estates of loved ones who have passed away. She is passionate about helping clients navigate the administration process, which generally involves the following: probate, inheritance tax returns, managing assets and/or debts, deed transfers, property appraisals, etc.
In 2021, Analija Zampogna graduated from Duquesne University School of Law, where she served as an editor of Duquesne Law Review and wrote an article that advocated for stepparents’ rights in Pennsylvania. During law school, she interned at a family law firm in Pittsburgh and volunteered for the Pro Bono Center’s PFA (Protection from Abuse) Project. After law school, Ana worked as an associate attorney for a law firm where she primarily managed estate administration cases in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, and Washington Counties. This experience ignited her passion for helping clients get through the estate administration process.
Ana graduated cum laude from Westminster College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a concentration in sociology.
Ana enjoys helping people and strives to carry on core values such as empathy, reliability, creativity, and perseverance throughout her career. She learned the importance of these values from her hardworking and supportive family.
Outside of work, Ana enjoys writing, game nights, outdoor activities, concerts, and traveling.