Katie Cameron O’Mailia is an attorney who has experienced many of the same legal issues her clients are dealing with. Having an attorney that listens to your legal issues, and then having an attorney that understands your legal issues are vastly different. Ms. O’Mailia has been there, walked the walk, and can talk the talk.
As the principal attorney at O’Mailia Law, PLLC, in Montgomery, Alabama, her focus areas include divorce, custody, child support, adoption, domestic abuse, wills and estate. Prior to obtaining her law degree, Katie worked in the legal industry for nine years. While in law school, Katie clerked for Legal Services Alabama at the One Place Family Justice Center and the Federal Defenders Office for the Middle District.
Katie has written and lectured on domestic violence through speaking, writing and actively participating in state politics, educating and promoting rights for victims of domestic violence and their children. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Alabama and is a member of the Montgomery County Task Force on Domestic Violence, Alabama State Bar Association, Montgomery County Bar Association and is a board member at the Family Sunshine Center and One Place Family Justice Center. Katie serves as a contract attorney with Legal Services Alabama, assisting low income individuals in the areas of family violence, divorce, and child custody.
Katie is married and has two sons and a miniature duachshund named Chief. She and her family attend Dalraida Church of Christ and are part of the Alabama Christian Academy family.
Birmingham School of Law, J.D., Juris Doctor, 2015 Auburn University, Paralegal Certificate, 2011 Western Carolina University, B.S.B.A., Business Administration and Law, 2001
Family Sunshine Center, Board Member 2015- 2020 100 Women Strong, 2017- 2019 One Place Family Justice Center, Board Member, 2016- present, Vice President 2021 Montgomery County Domestic Violence Taskforce, 2011- 2019 Alabama State Bar, 2015- present Montgomery County Bar Association, 2015- present Solo and Small Firm Section, 2015- present
Custody Litigation Training: Representing Victims of Domestic Violence in Custody Cases, 2016 Enhancing Judicial Legal Skills in Domestic Violence Cases, 2016 Trial Skills Institute, 2017 Appellate Advocacy Skills, 2017 Domestic Violence Advocacy, 2018 Advanced Custody Litigation Institute, 2018 29th Annual Alabama Law Military Law Symposium, 2018
O'Mailia Law, PLLC
529 South Perry Street Suite 18 Montgomery, AL 36104