Attorney at Law
Alexa Litt, Attorney at Law for Collins Family & Elder Law Group, is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and South Carolina. Alexa grew up in Apex, NC, and attended the University of North Carolina Charlotte for her undergraduate degree with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in psychology. She then went to Elon University School of Law, where she was a moot court board member. Alexa was a quarterfinalist in Elon’s Intramural Moot Court competition. Alexa is based in the firm’s primary office in Monroe, NC, and also frequents the Dilworth office in Charlotte, NC.
Experience & Scope of Practice
During her time in law school, she was a member of the family law society, worked on the innocence project, was treasurer of the Women’s Law Association, and was a member of the Greensboro Bar Association. Alexa completed a residency at a family law firm, which led her to choose family law as her career path. She has handled a wide range of cases, including Child Custody, Child Support, Domestic Violence, Equitable Distribution, Separation Agreements, Alimony, Post Separation Support, and Prenuptial Agreements/Postnuptial Agreements.
She was selected to the North Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2023, a designation limited to no more than 2.5% of the attorneys within North Carolina.
Alexa enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and two dogs in her spare time. She also loves running and traveling.
I am committed to helping clients navigate the most challenging time of their lives.
I am honest and trustworthy and will ensure clients understand realistic outcomes and expectations for their cases. I am willing to do everything in my power to assist clients with obtaining their goal outcome, whether it be through mediation or litigation. I have experience litigating high-conflict cases and am committed to achieving the best possible results.
- J.D., Elon School of Law
- B.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Membership, Associations, & Awards
- Super Lawyers North Carolina Rising Star 2023
- North Carolina Bar Association
- South Carolina Bar Association
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- Young Lawyer’s Division of the American Bar Association
- Member of Moot Court Board in law school, Competed in competitions in Charleston & D.C.
- Quarterfinalist in Elon’s competition
- Women’s Lawyers of Charlotte
- Lunch with a Lawyer Program
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She is very professional and provided invaluable guidance navigating divorce.
Alexa and her team were very supportive and helpful during such a difficult and stressful time. She is very professional and provided invaluable guidance navigating divorce.
Isla, Alexa and Amanda were all the best. These awesome ladies helped me get my babies back. Absolutely on point all the time. They kept focused on the main goal. They kept me focused as well. It was a very depressing time and they made it easier. Nothing about my case was easy for me mentally. They took the reigns. They came and conquered. I cannot recommend them enough. I am so grateful. Absolutely amazed by their work. I am not easy to work with at all. Stubborn and hardheaded. But they really showed up when I needed them most, even though I was arrogant at times for fear of losing my children. From the beginning to the end they were non-stop. Working in the middle of the night even. After over a year of back and forth and court. I finally got custody. Thank you.
~ Justin M.
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