Rebecca Melone

Rebecca Melone

Managing Partner
Rebecca Melone
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Attorney Bio

Rebecca Melone established Melone Hatley, P.C., in 2014 with the goal of helping families with a range of legal services from estate and family law to traffic tickets and misdemeanor criminal matters.

Over the past five years the firm has grown and expanded its services to include a wide range of estate and elder law services. Rebecca has been awarded Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 and has been named one of the top family and estate attorneys under 40 in Virginia.

A native of Northern Virginia, Rebecca and her husband decided to return to the area after attending law school in Toledo, Ohio. They welcomed their first daughter, Dallas, in July of 2016.

Rebecca currently volunteers with Wills on Wheels, providing important estate planning presentations and services for nursing home residents. She is a member of the Virginia Bar Association and participates on the Board of the Society of Virginia as the Chairman for the Young Virginians.


  • Juris Doctor, University of Toledo
  • Bachelor of Science, International Business, University of Findlay
  • Associate of the Arts, Equestrian Studies, University of Findlay


  • Virginia State Bar
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Fairfax Bar Association
  • Society of Virginia
  • Ladies DC


  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2017, 2018, 2019
  • National Academy of Family Law Attorneys Top 10 Under 40, 2016
  • The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, 2016
  • Legal Elite Family law/Domestic Relations
  • Coastal Virginia Business Magazine’s Top Family Law Lawyers 2024
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