21 Dec Kaitlin Romanelli Myers
Kaitlin Romanelli Myers is an Associate in our office in Asheville, North Carolina, and she focuses her practice on family law, insurance defense and general liability matters.
She represents clients in a wide range of family law disputes and civil litigation. She has also assisted clients with wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents. Earlier in her career, she also defended clients in criminal matters and worked on juvenile criminal cases.
Kaitlin earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she achieved several honors, competed in Moot Court and obtained the NCBA Practical Training Certification. She was also active in the Pro Bono Council, Service Animal Workshop Project, Campbell Law Innocence Project, Wills/Advance Directives Project, Christian Legal Society, Women in Law, and served as a mentor.
During her legal studies, Kaitlin worked as a legal research assistant at Campbell Law School, and was a legal intern for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, the Administrative Office of the Courts in Raleigh and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. She was also a file clerk and intern at two law firms while pursuing her undergraduate degrees.
Kaitlin completed dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in criminology and political science with a law and justice concentration and a minor in forensic science from North Carolina State University. She was a member of the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity. She volunteered with the SPCA of Wake County, and is a certified martial arts instructor and Second Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Kaitlin represents family law clients in adoption, divorce, child custody, child custody modification, child support, child support modification, alimony and spousal support, and termination of parental rights matters. Kaitlin’s practice previously included defending clients in criminal matters and representing clients in estate planning, including wills, trust, power of attorney and advance medical directives.
- North Carolina State Courts
- U.S. District Court
- J.D., Campbell University School of Law
- Dual B.A.s, North Carolina State University
- North Carolina Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
- North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys