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Kathryn Maultsby Madison

Associate

Kate Madison is a real estate associate whose experience in property law began as a summer clerk at Pisgah Legal Services in Asheville, where she assisted clients with landlord/tenant issues. After graduation from law school, she split her time between two solo practitioners focusing on employment and property law. Most recently, Kate worked with a team of attorneys overseeing an average of 1,000 refinances a month.

Kate graduated from Asheville High and still has “cougar pride.” It was during the 2009 Fourth of July celebration in Asheville that she met her husband, a graduate from AC Reynolds High School, so there will forever be team rivalry between them. Kate is thrilled to once again make Asheville her home, and she looks forward to making a positive contribution to the community.

Professional

  • North Carolina Bar Association, Real Property Law Division, Member 2015-Present; Young Lawyers Division, Member 2013-Present
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Member 2014-Present
  • Greensboro County Bar Association, Member 2013-2014

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