A partner at Harris & Hunt, P.A., attorney Katherine C. Scott provides Tampa Bay area residents with the experienced and compassionate counsel they need when facing difficult family law situations. Focused exclusively on marital and family law for the past nine years, she is adept at finding solutions in even the most complex cases. She helps Florida families facing disputes, decisions, and conflicts involving the following:Pre-divorce consultation and planningDissolution of marriageCollaborative divorceChild custodyParenting plan determinationTimesharingRelocationChild supportPaternity determinationsModificationsEnforcementMediationDivorce litigationAlimonyPrenuptial and postnuptial agreementsDomestic violence injunctionsKnown for her skill as a litigator, Ms. Scott is also a savvy negotiator and is experienced with the collaborative divorce process. Ms. Scott is currently Chair of the Hillsborough County Bar Association Marital & Family Law Section, and she is also Vice Chair of the Florida Bar's Standing Committee on Diversity & Inclusion. Ms. Scott is also a member of the Hillsborough Association of Women Lawyers and the Stann W. Givens Family Law American Inn of Court of Tampa.Ms. Scott is a also committed to giving back to the community as an active member of the Junior League of Tampa and a volunteer for Lawyers for Literacy.Ms. Scott graduated with her undergraduate degree from Emory University in 2002, and she went on to earn her law degree from Stetson University College of Law in 2007. During her law school career, she was active with the moot court and interned with the U.S. magistrate judge with the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in 2006. Before joining her current law firm in 2010, she served as an assistant public defender in the 13th Judicial Circuit Court and as an assistant state attorney in the 12th Judicial Circuit Court.