Kate graduated cum laude from Marquette University Law School in 2010. During law school she interned for Judge Michael J. Dwyer in the Milwaukee County Circuit Court Family Division as well as clerked for a family law firm. Those experiences solidified her interest in family law, her sole area of practice.
Prior to attending law school, Kate worked as a teacher educating children at preschool, grade school, and middle school levels. Her background working with children and her familiarity with the complicated issues surrounding children’s special education and developmental needs is an asset to any case involving children, but especially those with the potential for complex custody issues.
Kate’s practice is focused in the area of family law, specifically divorce, maintenance, custody and placement, paternity, and post-judgment issues. Whether your case trajectory is collaborative divorce, mediation, negotiation, or litigation, Kate believes each client deserves a competent, creative advocate.
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