Katrina M. Pemberton
Katrina joined Scott, Ray & Sullivan, PLLC, in 2014 as a law student of Texas A&M University School of Law practicing under her associate bar card. She currently focuses on cases relating to real estate litigation, environmental enforcement, small estate planning and uncontested family matters.
While in law school, Katrina was a member of Phi Delta Phi and was an intern at the Law Office of Scott Cornuaud, a family law and criminal defense firm. Previously, she was a legal assistant to the Hunt County Attorney, the civil and warrant clerk for the Hunt County Sheriff's Office and the executive assistant to the Hunt County Judge.
During her employment with Hunt County, Katrina served the citizens of Hunt County as secretary of the North Central Texas Housing Finance Committee, a member of the South Sulphur Regional Development Association and Floodplain Administrator.
Katrina graduated from Campbell High School, just east of Greenville. She and her husband, Josh, reside in Hunt County with their children Morgan, Matthew, Faith and Madison.