Kathryn M. Lyons
Kathryn M. Lyons joined the Paimisano Law Group in May 2012 as a law clerk, and upon receiving her law license in November 2012 assumed the position of associate attorney.
Kathryn graduated cum laude from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, where she majored in Political Science and English. During her undergraduate studies, she completed a semester abroad in London, England, during which time she served as a caseworker for the Deputy Prime Minister of London’s Parliament. Throughout her four years at the University of Rochester, Kathryn served as a Writing Fellow for which she tutored students in all stages of the writing process.
Kathryn obtained her law degree from Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. During her studies at Washington University, Kathryn participated in the Government Lawyering Clinic, for which she completed an Externship with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Illinois. As a Supreme Court Rule 711 intern, Kathryn appeared on behalf of the United States in Federal Court in various proceedings and hearings. Further, Kathryn competed in several intramural moot court competitions while at Washington University, and served as the Secretary for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
Prior to Joining the Paimisano Law Group, Kathryn served as a law clerk in the litigation department of Stern & Kilculien, a prominent New Jersey law firm. In addition she gained experience working in all stages of civil litigation as a law clerk for Wolfgram & Associates in St Louis, Missouri.
Kathryn is a versatile attorney who provides her clients with a wide range of legal options for resolving their disputes. She possesses the skills required to provide the right means of solving the issues presented for each unique case whether it involves artful negotiation, mediation, a contested evidentiary hearing or trial.
Kathryn practices in all areas of family law including divorce, child custody, visitation, child and spousal support, property distribution, paternity and post-degree litigation.