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Kitt R. Mattingly

Divorce lawyer

Ms. Mattingly joined Davidson & Kitzmann in 2007. Her practice includes divorce and family law, collaborative law, appeals, and civil litigation. Ms. Mattingly received both her J.D. and B.A. from the University of Virginia. Prior to attending law school, she earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from Georgetown University, where she was the recipient of a Newcombe Doctoral Fellowship. Following law school Ms. Mattingly completed a year-long clerkship with the Honorable Richard B. Potter in Manassas, Virginia. 

Ms. Mattingly is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of Virginia and the United States District Court for the western District of Virginia.

Ms. Mattingly is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the American Bar Association, the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association.

Ms. Mattingly is involved in a number of local social and arts organizations, including the UVA Club of Charlottesville and the Virginia Film Festival.

Ms. Mattingly routinely handles family law appeals. Her most recent cases include:  Pascarella v. McCoy, 011 Va. App. LEXIS 8 (2011), Duva v. Duva, 55 Va. App. 286 (2009) and Tsoucalas v. Tsoucalas (2013).

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We are located in Charlottesville, but our lawyers handle cases in Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Greene County, Fluvanna County, Louisa County, Nelson County, Madison County, Orange County, Roanoke, Harrisonburg, Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta County, and across Virginia.

Davidson & Kitzmann, PLC
211 E High St
Charlottesville, VA 22902

Phone:  (434) 972-9600
Fax:  (434) 220-0011


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