Katherine “Kat” Delgado is an Associate with the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group by Haid and Teich LLP. Kat handles all aspects of family law, including dissolution, legal separation, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, allocation of parental responsibilities, child support, adoption, and post-decree matters. Kat helps her clients to maneuver the route when facing a divorce or other family law dispute. She provides sound counsel with common sense advice in helping clients find a resolution to their legal challenges. Her goal with every client is to help them find the right path when starting a new chapter in their life. Kat counsels her clients with knowledge and compassion throughout their cases, including during settlement negotiations, in court, and in other adversarial settings throughout litigation.
Kat completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Iowa in 2008 with a Major in History and a Minor in Religious Studies. While attending St. Thomas University for her Juris Doctor, Kat also completed a Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy and received both post-graduate degrees in 2011. Kat later went on to earn her Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Washington in 2015, which has allowed her to provide more advanced estate planning to her clients. Kat is also a mediator and received her training from the Center for Conflict Resolution.
During her studies at St. Thomas University, Kat clerked for a Family Law Judge in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit’s Administrative Office of the Courts, which afforded her invaluable behind the scenes experience and reaffirmed her interest in Family Law. Kat also clerked for a Probate Judge in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, where she discovered her passion for working with probate and guardianship issues.
Katherine is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and the State of Washington.
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