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About Us


Katrina Durham-DeWitt is the founder of the Law Office of Katrina Durham-DeWitt and is a highly experienced and effective attorney with nearly two decades of legal experience. Katrina has represented hundreds of clients and is a skilled litigator who is dedicated to providing high quality legal representation.  


Katrina graduated cum laude from Temple University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism.  Katrina then continued her education at Temple University School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.  While in law school, Katrina was awarded the Barrister Award for achievement in the field of trial advocacy.  As a result of this honor, Katrina was appointed as a teaching assistant in the nationally acclaimed Trial Advocacy Program. Katrina also received the honor of being listed in the nationally recognized publication, Who’s Who: American Law Students, 18th edition, which was based on her academic achievement and outstanding leadership.


Katrina practices family law including divorce, child support, spousal support, alimony, custody, paternity, abuse, adoptions, name changes and guardianships. Katrina also offers estate planning services including wills, power of attorney, and living wills.


Prior to beginning her law practice, Katrina was an associate at the law firm of Freedman and Lorry, P.C. where she provided legal counsel and trial court representation to union members including District 1199c, Laborers Local 332, Teamsters Local 623, Teamsters Local 830 and District Council 47 in a wide range of family law matters.  Katrina also worked as an Assistant City Solicitor with the City of Philadelphia Law Department in the Health in Human Services Unit where she provided legal counsel to the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, the Department of Public Health, and the County Office of Mental Health in areas including child welfare and mental health.


Katrina is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.


  • Philadelphia Bar Association
  • Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
  • National Bar Association – Women’s Law Division
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.