Molly K. Flurry

Molly’s practice focuses on matters related to finance and lending, real estate, small
businesses, estate planning and homeowners’ associations. Molly regularly assists
clients with deeds and easements, commercial leasing, sales,  purchases and
development, landlord-tenant matters, community association covenant interpretation
and debt collection efforts, small businesses contract, employment and dispute needs
and individual and family estate planning. Molly represents national and regional
lenders, real estate owners and developers, local and national business owners,
residential and commercial landlords, homeowners’ associations and entrepreneurs.
She is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a member of
the Virginia State Bar and the Fredericksburg Area Bar Association. She is a member
and director of the Rotary Club of the Rappahannock-Fredericksburg and also serves
on the Board of Directors of the Central Virginia Housing Coalition (Vice President),
the Friends of the Rappahannock, Fredericksburg SPCA and The Lloyd F. Moss Free
Clinic. Molly has been recognized as a “Rising Star” in the Virginia Super Lawyers’

Molly received her law degree from The University of Dayton School of Law (Cum
Laude) in 2013 where she was a Dean’s Scholar and completed her law degree in only
two years. During law school, she earned recognition for her skills in alternative
dispute resolution, civil trial practice and ethics. Molly served as a summer law clerk
at the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims for the Honorable Judge
Lawrence B. Hagel. After graduation, Molly began her career practicing commercial
real estate law in Fredericksburg before gaining experience as a finance attorney in
Richmond before joining the firm in 2016.

Before law school Molly worked as a newspaper reporter and editor earning numerous
accolades for her breaking news and business news coverage. She graduated from the
Pulliam School of Journalism at Franklin College (Cum Laude) with a Bachelor of
Arts Degree in 2006. During her time at Franklin, she served as the editor of the
student newspaper and played varsity tennis.