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New England School of Law, JD, 2011

Towson University, BS, magna cum laude, 2008

Katie M. Schenenga

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Katie is an associate in the firm’s Domestic Relations Department, focusing her practice on advising clients with family law matters, contentious custody disputes, and complex financial circumstances.

Katie’s experience includes negotiating separation agreements, advising on post judgment modifications, representing clients on child support and custody disputes, assisting with parenting time conflicts, analyzing and negotiating alimony, assisting with temporary support and custody agreements, representing clients on removal proceedings, addressing paternity matters, and litigating complaints for contempt.  She has significant experience in all phases of the divorce litigation and modification process, and extensive knowledge regarding the new alimony law.

Prior to joining the firm, she was an associate at Wilchins Cosentino & Friend, LLP, formally known as Seegel Lipshutz & Wilchins, LLP.  Additionally, she clerked for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court in Springfield, MA.  During her clerkship, she researched and drafted legal memoranda for the Probate and Family Court judges regarding the new alimony law, removal proceedings, and jurisdictional issues.

Katie is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  She is also a certified mediator in Massachusetts.


Massachusetts Bar Association
Rhode Island Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association


Katie was named Massachusetts Super Lawyer - Rising Star in 2016 and 2017.

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