Kathleen Mullins Henderson is a Kenwood native with an unparalleled appreciation for Sonoma County and its people. She is an experienced civil litigator knowledgable in advising clients in varied areas of law including: business, constitutional law, contracts, real property, and family law. Following her passion for helping people resolve everyday issues, Kate now focuses her practice on family law, and trusts and estates.
Kate graduated from Empire College School of Law where she served as a mediator for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic. She also served as an editor of Empire Law Review and co-authored and published the article “I Can’t Promise I’ll Try, But I’ll Try to Try: Current Changes in California’s Water Planning Policies for Large-Scale Land Developments” (3 Empire L. Rev. 45 2008).
Prior to attending law school, Kate attended U.C. Davis where she graduated with honors, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Nature and Culture. She continues to remain passionate about environmental preservation and is a founding board member of the Santa Rosa Parks Foundation. On any given day you might find Kate mountain biking, hiking, or kayaking in one of the many local Sonoma County parks.