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Mitchell Kelling Among Charlotte's Most Influential Women

Friday 5/19/2017

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Hilton Charlotte Center City
222 East 3rd Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Horack Talley family law attorney Mitchell Kelling has been selected as one of Charlotte's 50 Most Influential Women by The Mecklenburg Times.

The 50 Most Influential Women awards event will be hosted on Friday, May 19th at the Hilton Charlotte Center City.

Mitchell Kelling’s practice is devoted to family law, representing clients in Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. She is certified as a family law specialist by the N.C. State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and is a shareholder with the firm. Her expertise includes alimony, child support, separation agreements and property settlements, and many other family law matters.

Leaders in our industry have recognized Mitchell as among the city’s top family law attorneys. She was named to Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite from 2013 - 2017. She has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for family law from 2013 to 2017.

Mitchell and colleagues in Horack Talley’s family law practice group received the Outstanding Firm Service Award from the Council for Children's Rights at the 2015 Pro Bono Awards. Each year, she gives back to her profession by presenting speeches and planning courses for clinics and annual meetings of family law attorneys.

To read more about this year's 50 Most Influential Women, please follow this link to The Mecklenburg Times.

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