Serving North Central Florida since 1983
Katherine E. Macdonald has been representing clients in Gainesville and throughout north central Florida in a wide range of legal matters, including family law, divorce, probate, trust, wills and estate planning.
She earned her Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Florida in 1983. Her paralegal Melissa Salyer has been with her since 1988. Together, they make a great team and will help you in every way they can.
About My Practice
Her practice is focused on just a few key areas of law: family law, estate planning, wills, trust and probate. You can rely on her to keep you informed throughout every step of your case.
As a Gainesville divorce and family law lawyer, Katherine E. Macdonald can handle an array of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, child support, parenting plans, time sharing, parental relocation, spousal support, paternity, fathers' rights and domestic violence. She can also handle child custody and child support modification as well as enforcement of these orders. She represents men and women equally and has extensive experience with litigated family law hearings.
Probate and Estate Administration
Katherine E. Macdonald will help you navigate the complex probate process to ensure that you meet all of your obligations in an efficient and timely manner. From getting the will admitted to probate and appointing a personal representative to will contests, she has the experience to represent you in every phase of estate administration.
Using tools such as wills, trusts, living wills and durable power of attorney, she will help you create an estate plan that helps you achieve your unique goals.
Contact a Knowledgeable Alachua County Family Law and Estate Planning Lawyer
To discuss your legal concerns with an experienced attorney, contact the firm online or call the firm at 352-373-6323.
Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. After-hours and weekend appointments are available by special request. Our office is located just three blocks from the Alachua County courthouse in Gainesville, with free parking in the back.
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