Kathryn received her bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University majoring in Business Management. She then attended North Carolina Central University School of Law where she received her law degree. While in law school she received the American Jurisprudence Award for Property Law. She was active in her fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta as well as The Women’s Caucus and The North Carolina Association of Women Attorney’s.
After finishing law school she began practice as a sole practitioner while volunteering at night and on weekends at the local Women’s Center. She quickly realized that her concern for others and her caring nature would serve her well as a Family Law Attorney.
She has now been in practice for 25 years with a concentration in family law. She has gained much experience in and out of the court room but now wishes to focus more on alternatives to litigation such as collaborative law, mediation, negotiated settlements and arbitration. She has handled many cases in every area of family law including domestic violence, equitable distribution, post separation support, alimony, child custody, child support and adoptions. She has also helped many clients by negotiating PreNuptial Agreements, PostNuptial Agreements and Separation Agreements.