Katherine Pintye is a fierce yet compassionate family law lawyer who has focused on family law throughout her career.
Katherine has an unwavering commitment to client service and approaches each family matter with careful consideration and unique insight, and gets results with a view to positively transforming her client’s experience.
Katherine has a history of success representing clients in all matters relating to family law including the preparation of prenuptial, cohabitation and separation agreements, divorce, common law separation, property division, custody, access, contact, child and spousal support, grandparent issues, restraining/protection orders, and issues involving high conflict situations.
Katherine has extensive experience both in and out of the Courtroom and has helped her clients avoid costly and lengthy trials by practicing with a collaborative approach to negotiation and settlement discussions.
Katherine works tirelessly to resolve any family matter outside of the courtroom, however, if need be, she has significant experience in the Provincial, Supreme Courts and the Court of Appeal and regularly attends court on behalf of her clients. When in Court, Katherine is a zealous advocate for her clients and intertwines the law and her client’s interests and attains workable and positive outcomes for her clients. Katherine has also practiced in both Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Family law deals with every aspect of a person’s life and involves many overlapping areas of law. Prior to joining Spraggs, in Katherine’s family law practice she gained extensive practice experience both in and out of court for matters involving bankruptcy and insolvency, foreclosures, construction law, corporate law, criminal law, employment law, estates planning, pensions, personal injury, property law, real estate law, tax, trusts and wills. Katherine can quickly assess and address issues that may not be apparent and often solves issues before they arise.
Katherine also regularly attends educational seminars on issues in family law to better assist her clients and further evolve her practice and skills while keeping current and even ahead of family law trends.