North Carolina Law Directory
323 E Chapel Hill St Ste 203B
Durham, NC 27702
Lawyer's Website | (919) 321-6569
Legal Practice Areas
- Family Law: Divorce
- Child Custody Law
- Domestic Violence
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2014
- North Carolina Central University School of Law Year J.D. 2013
About the Attorney
As a law student, Nastasia served as a legal intern with the Durham County Attorney's Office assisting attorneys with child support enforcement cases. She also served as a legal intern with the office of McKissick & McKissick conducting legal research. She has assisted low-income clients in need of legal representation while working with NCCU's Pro Bono Clinic and the Legal Aid of Durham.
Also while a law student, Nastasia worked as a paralegal with The Law Offices of Andrew J. Kisala, gaining experience in the areas of Family Law, Traffic, Personal Injury, and Contractual matters. After passing the N.C. Bar Exam, Nastasia was offered the opportunity to partner with Attorney Andrew Kisala, which she accepted. Nastasia focuses her legal practice to the issues of Family Law, Estate Planning, and Contractual matters and she practices in the North Carolina counties of Alamance, Orange, Durham, and Wake.
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