Alexia A. Khella

Alexia Khella

Alexia A. Khella



1300 19th Street NW, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20036-1609

Lexy is an associate in Weiner Brodsky Kider’s regulatory practice group where she focuses on state and federal regulatory compliance involving the financial services industry, as well as related transactional and corporate matters. She assists clients with issues on a diverse range of subjects, including federal licensing and approval requirements, financial privacy, business transactions, and finance and mortgage banking employee compensation matters. In addition, Lexy closely follows and works on matters arising from and related to the state and federal COVID-19 developments impacting the consumer financial services industry.

Practice Areas


  • George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2019
  • University of Florida, B.A., 2015


  • Florida
  • District of Columbia

Representative Matters

  • Advise and assist clients in obtaining residential and commercial mortgage lender, broker and servicer licenses and approvals, as well as obtaining change of control approvals in connection with the purchase and sale of mortgage entities
  • Prepare disclosure documents and notices for use in connection with mortgage lending and brokering transactions and servicing activities
  • Conduct multi-state surveys of state licensing requirements and exemptions for purchasing mortgage loans, servicing mortgage loans, and holding mortgage servicing rights (MSRs)
  • Advise mortgage lenders on state licensing and compliance considerations related to internal mortgage loan originator referral programs
  • Document transactions including mortgage loan originator and executive employment agreements; mergers, asset and stock purchase and sale transactions; affiliated business arrangements, joint venture transactions, and other referral source programs; and LLC and corporate formations and their management and operating agreements
  • Assist and advise clients with state and federal responses to the COVID-19 pandemic including state regulatory responses and the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program


  • American Bar Association
  • Bar Association of the District of Columbia
  • Florida Bar