As far as collaborative attorneys go in New Hampshire, Katherine J. Morneau is one of the very best. Founding attorney of Morneau Law, Kate is incredibly accomplished in her law career here in the state of New Hampshire. It was exciting to be able to talk to her and learn about how she came to accomplish everything in her career so far.
Kate focuses her work on the field of family law. An experienced litigator, she knows that collaborative divorce is just one option, and not for every situation. However, she but always informs clients about collaborative divorce as an option in every consultation to showcase its significance. Throughout her years of practicing, she’s continued to educate herself and learn. She engages in significant professional development opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally. Attending the annual International Academy of Collaborative Professionals conference and engaging in continuing education has inspired her to continue to develop her skills in this practice area.
Kate graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce University before going to the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law for her Juris Doctor. She’s currently a member of the New Hampshire Collaborative Divorce, New Hampshire Bar Association, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and New Hampshire Conflict Resolution Association, amongst many other professional associations. Along with her professional association affiliations, Kate was recently selected to participate in the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Leadership Academy, a prestigious honor. She has also amassed many professional awards including National Academy of Family Law Attorneys Top 10 under 40.
Talking to Kate really opened my eyes to the world of possibilities and accomplishments that are possible in the field of family law that are also inspirational. Learn more about Kate here: https://morneaulaw.com/
Kylie Grenier is an intern for the New Hampshire Collaborative Divorce and a senior at Southern New Hampshire University studying psychology and justice studies.