Natalya Dennett focuses her practice on family law and criminal matters. She represents clients in complex contested divorce proceedings as well as custody and visitation matters. Natalya joined Collins & Hyman, PLC after spending three years as an associate attorney at the Law Office of Gordon Klugh, PLC where she specialized in domestic relations.
While in law school, Natalya gained legal experience interning for two years for the Newport News Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, as well as serving as a clerk for the Honorable Judge Terry L. Wooten, the chief judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.
Natalya serves as a Guardian ad Litem for minor children and has handled many cases zealously advocating for her minor clients. She is regarded as client-dedicated, professional, and aggressive but compassionate advocate. Her main priorities are communication and personal attention to clients, as well as timely and efficient achievement of clients’ goals.
- Commonwealth of Virginia
- Supreme Court of Virginia
Regent University School of Law, ’13;
University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law, ’12;
North-West Academy of Public Administration, ’06;
Bachelors in International Relations