Lynna Moen is an attorney and mediator who works in family law. Lynna and her team focus on working with each client to craft a solution that is right for the client. Many times this solution is through out of court negotiations and mediation. Sometimes this solution is through the court system. Lynna strikes a balance between collaborating to find a settlement and being a zealous advocate in the courtroom. Lynna represents clients in child custody, child support, domestic violence, divorce, alimony, equitable distribution, and adoption cases. She successfully works alongside her client to ensure his or her goals are met whether in the collaborative process or the litigation process.
Lynna grew up in West Virginia with her two brothers, parents, and extended family close by. She is the mother of two teenage children. For the past seven years, she has successfully co-parented with her former spouse and understands the practical day-to-day challenges that can come with being a divorced parent. She has worked with nearly 1,000 clients who have provided her with vast experience in forecasting and avoiding issues that would otherwise impact her clients.
She has been a member of the Charlotte Collaborative Divorce Professionals since 2013, a group committed to resolving family disputes out of the courtroom. She has been recognized as a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in 2018, 2019, and 2020. In 2019, she was named as a Top Attorney by the Charlotte Magazine, She was named as an “Outstanding Individual Attorney” in 2020 by the Mecklenburg County Bar for her deep commitment to providing pro bono representation to provide access to justice for those who cannot otherwise afford representation. She volunteers with Safe Alliance to provide pro bono representation for victim survivors of Domestic Violence. She works with the U.S. State department to assist parents who children have been abducted in order to reconcile with the parent.
Lynna is a Family Financial Mediator who is regularly chosen by colleagues and appointed by judges to mediate matters because of her reputation for being smart, reasonable, kind and practical.
Hometown: Jane Lew, West Virginia
I’m a huge fan of: West Virginia University football
Favorite food: Homemade Italian
I value: Integrity and authenticity
I spend my free time: Cooking, traveling, hiking, and doing home projects with my kids
As a child I feared: My grandmother’s basement
Why I enjoy Family Law: I enjoy working with good people going through the hardest time of their lives and getting through it together.