Katherine Singleton has practiced law since 1983 and currently handles a variety of civil litigation matters. Her practice primarily consists of litigating personal injury cases and domestic relations cases, including divorces, paternity, and child custody cases. She also handles adoptions and conservatorship matters. She is listed with the Tennessee Supreme Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission as a Rule 31 Mediator in the field of Family Mediation.
Ms. Singleton was a member of the Jessup Cup Moot Court Team while at the University of North Carolina School of Law, and actively participated in the Holderness Moot Court Competition and served as a member of The Bench (1982-1983). She is past president of the Kingsport Young Lawyers Association and past board member of the Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference of the Tennessee Bar Association. Ms. Singleton previously served as a Commissioner of the Tennessee Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection.
She currently serves on the Board of the Symphony of the Mountains and is a past board member of the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy. Ms. Singleton is a past board member and past president of the Women’s Symphony Committee of Kingsport, Tennessee. She is also a past board member of Friends in Need, Inc., and is a member of and former Sunday school teacher and former Middler Advisor at First Presbyterian Church in Kingsport. She is past president of the John Sevier Middle School PTA and is a past board member of Kingsport Tomorrow and Junior League of Kingsport. She is also a past president of the Arts Council of Greater Kingsport.
Professional Activities & Honors
- Kingsport Young Lawyers Association, past president
- Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference of the Tennessee Bar Association, past board member
- Previously appointed by the Supreme Court of Tennessee to serve as a Commissioner of the Tennessee Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection
- American Bar Association (Family Law Section)
- Tennessee Bar Association, member
- Kingsport Bar Association, member