Alyssa Davies is an attorney in the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Alyssa maintains a general civil practice where she handles a wide variety of litigation matters. Alyssa is involved in the firm’s estates and trust litigation representing individuals, families, guardians, nonprofit entities, and corporate fiduciaries, concerning will and trust contests, insurance beneficiaries, estate, probate, guardianship disputes, and complex business issues.
Alyssa’s practice is also focused on the representation of landlords and property managers of residential and commercial real estate in Virginia. This representation includes all litigation associated with lease disputes, including failure to pay rent, damage to property, refusal to allow access, and tenant’s assertion actions. Alyssa also has experience with family law related litigation, including contested divorce, child custody and visitation, the equitable distribution of assets, child or spousal support matters, and the negotiation and preparation of prenuptial and marital agreements.
Alyssa grew up in Manchester, United Kingdom, and moved to the United States for higher education, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Alyssa attended George Mason University School of Law where she became the president of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA). She was also the Communications Editor for the Journal of International Commercial Law.
"I have wanted to become an attorney for as long as I can remember. My grandmother was the first female barrister in Northern England and changed the face of the English legal field forever. It is an honor to be able to follow in her footsteps by pursuing my legal career in the United States of America."
- Alyssa Davies