Lynna Moen, Managing Attorney
Lynna is licensed to practice in the State of North Carolina and is a certified Parent Coordinator. Lynna is an accomplished advocate in the courtroom and a trusted counselor of law to assist clients in resolving matters without litigation. Lynna is a member of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, South Park Rotary Club, Charlotte Collaborative Divorce Professionals, and two Parent Teacher Organizations in our community. Lynna practices Domestic Law (both litigation and collaborative), Estate Planning and Administration, Appellate Law to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and assists families by serving as a Parent Coordinator.
Lynna lives in Charlotte with her husband and three children. Originally, Lynna is from West Virginia where she attended West Virginia University.
I genuinely believe that the more you know regarding your options, the more empowered you will feel when making a decision. My personal and professional experience in family law has proven to me that no two families are alike and the complexity surrounding each case deserves a personal, thorough and realistic approach that works for your individual family.
I grew up in a small-town in Stokes County, North Carolina. After graduating from high school, I was awarded a scholarship to attend George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where I was a pitcher for the NCAA Patriots’ softball team. I graduated from George Mason with a Bachelor of Science degree in the Administration of Justice concentrating in Law and Society, and earned my national paralegal certification from the National Federation of Paralegals Association. Prior to becoming licensed as an attorney, I worked as a paralegal for five years focusing my experience to only issues related to family and domestic law, primarily in Mecklenburg County. I was licensed by the North Carolina State Bar in March 2017.
It is my goal to provide effective support to you through every step of your case, to allow you greater access to honest, practical and personal representation. It is my sincerest hope that when the process is finished that you will feel empowered that you were provided the appropriate tools, skills and knowledge to make the best decisions possible regarding your family.
Outside of the office you are likely to find me spending time with my family and two, lovable, five year old dogs, sharing appetizers with friends at my latest culinary find, or cheering on my beloved Red Sox.
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar Association—Family Law Section
North Carolina Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association—Family Law Section
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