Director at Large, 2016-2017 Washtenaw County Bar Association
Chair, 2018-2019 Washtenaw County Bar Association Public Service and Pro Bono Committee
Speaker, June 2015, Trial Practice, Committee on Regional Training for Lawyers (Legal Services)
Speaker, Michigan Poverty Project Roadshow, September 2017 (Property Division)
Speaker, ICLE - Family Law Institute, November 2017 (Advising Clients in a Post Obergefell Era)
Speaker, Crime Victims Legal Assistance Project Training, March 2018 (Drafting an "Iron clad" Judgment of divorce)
President, 2013–2014 Washtenaw Region, Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
Abbot Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization, Ann Arbor
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Moms Demand Action, Washtenaw Chapter
State Bar of Michigan Family Law Section, Domestic Violence Committee
Elizabeth Solomon understands that there is no "one size fits all" solution. She focuses on the unique characteristics of each family.
She strives to make the divorce process less stressful by helping her clients establish goals, find answers, and achieve positive, long-lasting results.
She began her career in Chicago as a child welfare caseworker, helping adolescents in foster care navigate the juvenile court system to result in the best possible living situation for them.
Her work as a staff attorney for nonprofit legal aid agencies in Illinois and Michigan focused on domestic relations, probate and personal protection order proceedings as well as negotiating and litigating divorce, custody and parenting time disputes.
At NSSS&B, Katherine continues the firm’s emphasis on resolving family law issues through mediation and other non-adversarial approaches. As she explains how the court system will work, she says people come to realize that litigation may not be the best option to achieve the results they seek. She helps her clients manage the emotional aspects of the divorce process and stay focused on what’s important: the welfare of their children and moving on with their lives.
Katherine’s practice focuses on Washtenaw County.
She lives in Ann Arbor with her three children and husband.
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