Catherine Reese

ReeseLaw P.C.


Kate Reese focuses on the full spectrum of family law matters in Northern Virginia and Montgomery County, MD. She has extensive experience in child custody, equitable asset distribution, child and spousal support, and negotiation of prenuptial and marital agreements. Kate highly recommends mediation, arbitration and collaborative law. A Virginia Supreme Court Certified Family Law mediator with a Masters in Counseling, she makes it her duty to protect clients and negotiate the best outcomes.


Columbus School of Law, 1998, Juris Doctrate

Admitted to Practice

VA (1998) MD, DC (1999)

Legal Organizations

  • • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers as an Academy fellow Member, Virginia State Bar, 1998-Present
  • LGBT Bar Assn., 2017-Present
  • • Council for the 19th Judicial Circuit, Virginia State Bar, July 2009-June 2015
  • • Member of Standing Committee on Lawyer Discipline, Virginia State Bar, July 2009-June 2015
  • • Member of the Family Law Section, Virginia State Bar, 1998-Present
  • • Member, Fairfax Bar Assn., 1998-Present
  • • Member of the Domestic Relations Sub-Committee, Fairfax Bar Assn., 2007-Present
  • • Member of the Circuit Court Committee, Fairfax Bar Assn., 1999-Present
  • • Member of the Family Law Section, Fairfax Bar Assn., 1998-Present
  • • Member, Maryland State Bar, 1999-Present
  • • Member of the Family Law Section, Maryland State Bar, 1999-Present
  • • Member, District of Columbia Bar, 1999-Present
  • • Member of the Family Law Section, District of Columbia, 1999-Present
  • • Member of the Family Law Section, Prince William County Bar, 2007-Present
  • • President, Virginia Women Attorneys Assn., June 2011-present
  • • State Treasurer, Virginia Women Attorneys Assn., July 2008-Present
  • • Neutral Case Evaluator by appointment, Nineteenth Judicial Circuit of Virginia, 2008 – Present• Member, Collaborative Dispute Resolution Professionals, 2009-Present
  • • Member, Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia, 2009-Present
  • • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, 2009-Present
  • • Member, Virginia Collaborative Professionals, 2009-Present
  • • Montgomery County Maryland Bar Association, 2011-Present.• Member of the VWAA

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