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As a law student, Nastasia served as a legal intern with the Durham County Attorney's Office and
served as a legal intern with the office of McKissick & McKissick. She now assists low-income clients in
need of legal representation regarding child support claims and matters involving the Department of
Social Services (DSS).
After passing the N.C. Bar Exam, Nastasia was offered the opportunity to partner with Attorney
Andrew Kisala, which she accepted. As a trial attorney with the firm, Nastasia has experienced great
success in obtaining court orders granting sole or joint physical custody to parents of children who had
difficulty in receiving visitation. She has also successfully assisted clients in both filing and defending
claims for spousal support, separation of property, and divorce. Nastasia focuses her legal practice on
the issues of Family Law, Estate Planning, and Contractual and she practices in the North Carolina
counties of Alamance, Orange, Durham, and Wake.
Nastasia M. Watkins, Attorney
J.D., North Carolina Central University School of Law
B.A., North Carolina A&T State University
*North Carolina Certified Mediator
Nastasia grew up in the small town of Evans, GA where she was the eldest of three children. Following high school, she was accepted to North Carolina
A&T State University to study Political Science. While at NC A&T she served as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and was elected to the
Student Government Association Senate advocating for the issues and concerns of undergraduate and graduate students. She graduated college with
honors and then attended North Carolina Central University School of Law (NCCU) matriculating in the evening program while working during the day
becoming certified as a Superior Court Mediator through the Carolina Dispute Settlement Services in 2010.
Office: 323 E. Chapel Hill Street, Suite 203, Durham, NC 27701