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Kathryn H. Martin
Litigation Manager

About Kathryn H. Martin, Litigation Manager

Greenville divorce lawyer Kathryn H. Martin was exposed to the impact divorce can have on families before she ever started law school. Prior to law school, Ms. Martin worked as a Guardian ad Litem in Winston Salem, N.C. There, she saw firsthand the effects divorce has on children.

Her interest was sparked, and getting the opportunity to help families through such a challenging process is what led Ms. Martin to hone her focus on practicing family law exclusively.

“Family law provides the opportunity to practice law in a challenging, but more importantly rewarding area of law,” Ms. Martin said.

Ms. Martin considers herself a stickler for detail, and that gives her an advantage as she prepares to represent clients in court.

“I am a diligent, knowledgeable, and compassionate family law attorney,” Ms. Martin said.

When Ms. Martin first meets with a client, she follows a routine in order to comfort them about the difficulties they’ll potentially face during the divorce process. First, she acknowledges the challenges that lie ahead. Then, she lets them know they’ll have a passionate and focused attorney in their corner through the entire process.

“I assure my clients that I understand that they are going through a difficult time,” Ms. Martin said, “and that it could potentially be an overwhelming and trying process, but I am an advocate for them that will get them through their case and I will work hard to achieve the best possible outcome.”

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Ms. Martin is licensed in South Carolina.


Ms. Martin earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (electronic communication sequence) and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She earned her Juris Doctor from the Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Martin practiced almost exclusively family law throughout upstate South Carolina.


Ms. Martin is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and the Greenville County Bar Association.


Ms. Martin was recognized as a 2020 Legal Elite of the Upstate area by Greenville Business Magazine in the family law category.

In 2022, Ms. Martin was named a Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding attorneys.

Real-Life Experiences
Reviews from Our Past Clients
“It took years for me to come to a decision to end my marriage. I sought a law firm that is focused and prepared for trial if need be, and seeks to give me the best outcome possible. Cordell and Cordell has performed very well and is very supportive during this difficult time. I have full confidence in my representation and recommend them.”
– Mason B.
“Divorce is hard enough without trying to find a Lawyer who will truly work for you. I had several conversations with Lawyers that seemed only interested in winning somehow. No one wins in a divorce. I should have went to Cordell & Cordell first so I would have avoided a lot of headaches. I met a group of people that genuinely care for you.”
– Mark L.
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