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Kimberly Luckey Northern Virginia Attorney

Kimberly Luckey, Esq.

Like my husband Mike Daugherty, I was raised in a military family. I was admitted to the Virginia Bar in 2011 and my practice areas include family and domestic relations matters and civil litigation. I have successfully litigated numerous cases involving custody, equitable distribution and child/spousal support. Out of court, I’ve also negotiated complex settlement agreements and successfully pursued and defended against various tortious claims, including defamation and malicious prosecution.

I represent clients throughout Northern Virginia. Family law cases (and most cases, in fact) often involve intense emotional disputes. Clients appreciate the way I use my analytical style, attention to detail and calm approach to minimize the emotional toll on them while holding nothing back in representing their best interests.

Mike and I share goals and ideals about the practice of law. Lots of firms focus on short-term goals for clients, but fail to advise them of the long-term impacts that going to court can have on family dynamics. We believe going to court is a last resort, but if we do go to court we prepare ourselves and our clients to achieve the best possible outcome.

In addition to being a trial attorney, I’m a wife and mother of three: twins (William and Nellie) and little sister, Scottie. I enjoy gardening, long-distance running and winter sports.


Longwood University, 2008

BS in Political Science,
Concentrating in pre-law,
and a minor in English.


University of Virginia Trial Advocacy College, 2012


Florida Coastal School of Law 2010 (cum laude)

In law school, I was selected as a member of the Moot Court Honor Board where I refined my oral advocacy. While a member of the Honor Board, I represented my law school in various oral advocacy competitions, earning a National Award for “Best Oral Advocate” from the Cincinnati School of Law’s August A. Rendigs, Jr. National Products Liability Moot Court Competition.