Katherine Frye is a North Carolina attorney and board certified specialist in Family Law. She teaches a course called “Child Custody: Start to finish…is there an end?” at Solo Practice University®.
Katherine and I talked at length about the following:
Technology and Family Law
- The impact of Facebook & other social media on the demise of marriage and the evidence lawyers’ use.
- How Email, webchatting, online gaming have allowed parents more ways to interact with their children
- Online calendaring/our family wizard which allows parents to communicate without actually talking
Electronic eavesdropping and e-spying:
- Federal and state laws govern what you can and cannot do
- Lawyers have to know this so that neither client nor the lawyer violates the law
- How do we find all of this stuff? (computers, cell phones, online information)
3rd party involvers:
- parent coordinators
- parent coaches
The interview is about 52 minutes. Listen directly below.
Katherine received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduation, Katherine went directly to law school and graduated from The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. While in law school, Katherine participated in the National and Regional Advocacy Competitions and received the honor of the Order of Old Kivett for her superior performance.
After graduating from law school, Katherine immediately started a law firm with a fellow classmate. Two years later, Katherine started her own law firm, Frye Law Offices, P.A. Her practice specializes in all aspects of family law, including separation, divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, post separation support and alimony, and property distribution. Katherine is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Family Law. In addition, Katherine is a North Carolina Dispute Resolution Certified Family Financial Mediator. Her practice has been limited to family law for almost ten years.
During her career, Katherine has served as the State Chair of the Silent Partners Program, which is a division of the Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association. More recently, Katherine served as the Wake County representative for the Silent Partners Program for over three years. Katherine has also participated in other projects such as “Lunch with a Lawyer,” where she was paired with a teenage child to mentor, and Katherine and her former partner conducted seminars at Campbell Law School to advise other lawyers on starting their own law firm. Katherine is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education courses related to family law and at seminars geared to attorneys who have decided to start their own firm.
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