Cathy McKay

25 Nashua Road
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
United States
Office Phone: 603-434-6331
Member since 2004
Membership Type: IACP



In furtherance of my strong belief that families do not belong in Court, my practice focuses on resolving disputes out of Court wherever possible. Collaborative Divorce is the best method I have found to help my clients focus on settlement while receiving the best legal, emotional and financial support possible. Speak with a Collaboratively trained divorce professional to discuss how this method can help you too.

Area(s) of Practice: Family Law
License(s): Licensed to practice law in New Hampshire and Federal Courts ~ ~Member of the New Hampshire Bar Association

Professional Activities

Former Board member of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire; former co-chair of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire; active member of the IACP and the Member Education Committee of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire; Basic Trainer

Undergraduate Education

University of New Hampshire - BS- 1987

Postgraduate Education

New England School of Law - JD - 1991

Professional Education

I have attended numerous trainings, conferences, and workshops on Collaborative Divorce Practice. I attended 40 hours of mediation training.


I have been active in the collaborative divorce practice since it started in New Hampshire in 2000. I believe that collaborative divorce is a much better approach to resolving issues affecting a divorcing family. In my opinion, divorcing families do not belong in a courtroom. Since 2010, I have incorporated interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice into my practice and believe it is the best option for families.