Kate A. Feingold focuses her practice primarily on family law proceedings, including those for dissolution of marriage, establishment of parenting plans/timesharing schedules, equitable distribution of assets, alimony (spousal support), and child support. She also assists the Firm with representing clients in state and federal jury trials and regularly provides litigation support to the Firm in business, real property, probate, and trust disputes.
As a family lawyer, Kate has negotiated marital settlement agreements, as well as represented family law clients in evidentiary hearings, trials, and mediation. A Florida Supreme Court Family Law Mediator, Kate is passionate about assisting clients with resolving all kinds of family law issues.
As a trial lawyer and as part of the Firm, Kate sat second chair in a week-long, federal court jury trial involving estate litigation issues in which a verdict was rendered in favor of our client, the plaintiff in the case. She also sat second chair in a two-day jury trial involving business litigation issues in which a verdict was rendered in favor our client, also the plaintiff in the case. A natural public speaker and “people person,” Kate is adept at communicating with judges, questioning witnesses, and selecting jurors.
Kate received her Juris Doctor from The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University in New York City and her Bachelor of Arts in History from Columbia University, where she received the Gold King’s Crown Award for student leadership.
During law school, Kate gained significant trial experience working for each of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey and the Office of the District Attorney in New York City. After law school, she became the Head of Land Acquisition for a private real estate development company and later an associate within the Land Use Department of a prominent Florida law firm.
Kate is a member of both The Florida Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Family & Marital Law:
- – Divorce (Dissolution of Marriage)
- – Time-Sharing Rights (Custody & Visitation)
- – Alimony/Spousal Support
- – Child Support
- – Equitable Division
- – High Net Worth Divorce
- – Modification Proceedings
- – Parental Relocation
- – Actions to Establish and Disestablish Paternity
Business, Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Litigation
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 2019
J.D., The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, 2003
B.A., Columbia University, 1999