150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Kathryn Crawford Gentle

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Lloyd & Hogan, P.C.

Contact Information

Lloyd & Hogan, PC
2871 Acton Rd
Suite 201
Birmingham AL 35243
Work 205-969-6235
Fax 205-969-6239

Practice State



Kathryn Crawford Gentle, a native of Alabama, and Partner of the Domestic Relations and Taxation division at Lloyd & Hogan, P.C., began advocating for families in the areas of family law, matrimonial and adoption law back in 2007. After going through her own divorce, Kathryn was determined to gain the understanding and experience necessary to become a skilled family law attorney. She helps individuals with issues involving child custody and child support every day in her practice of law. Kathryn has had intensive training in the art of Family Law Advocacy Skills at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and is passionate about the practice of domestic relations and family law.


Some areas of experience with family law include, but are not limited to, Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Adoptions, Modifications, Contempt Actions, Paternity, Pre – Post Nuptial Agreements, and Appeals.


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  • Bibb, Alabama
  • Blount, Alabama
  • Chilton, Alabama
  • Cullman, Alabama
  • DeKalb, Alabama
  • Jefferson, Alabama
  • Lauderdale, Alabama
  • Madison, Alabama
  • Shelby, Alabama
  • St. Clair, Alabama
  • Talladega, Alabama
  • Tallapoosa, Alabama
  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama


Magna Cum Laude, University of Alabama, BA, 1998 University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2001

Legal Organizations

Birmingham Bar Association, 2007 – Present • Family, Domestic Relations, and Juvenile Courts Procedure Committee, 2011-2012 • Public Service Committee, 2009 – 2010 • Family Law Committee, 2016 • Selected Member of the Birmingham Bar Association Future Leaders Forum, Class of 2013 Birmingham Bar Volunteers Lawyers Program, 2010 – Present Family Law Section Alabama State Bar Association, 2009 – Present Women’s Section Alabama State Bar Association, 2014 – Present • Mentor Program, 2016 – Present Selected for American Inns of Court, Birmingham Chapter, 2017 - Present Cumberland School of Law Mentoring Program, 2010 American Bar Association, 2015 – Present Completed intensive training in the art of Family Law Advocacy Skills – National Institute of Trial Advocacy, July 2016


Recognized as Top Women Attorneys of Birmingham, B-Metro Magazine 2015 Recognized as Top Flight Attorney of Birmingham, B-Metro Magazine 2016 - 2019 Recognized as Top Women Attorneys of Birmingham, B-Metro Magazine 2016 Recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys as 2016 Ten Best Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction Recognized as Top Tax Attorney, Birmingham Magazine 2017

CLE Presentations

• National Business Institute, Birmingham, Alabama, August 2016. “Tax 101 for Non-Tax Attorneys” • National Business Institute, Birmingham, Alabama, December 2016. “Divorce Cases from Start to Finish” • Fox6 WBRC, “Law Call”, guest speaker on Divorce and Child Custody, July 2015 • Alabama Cable Network Channel 80, “Legal Speak”, guest speaker on Tax Resolution, August 2016 • “Tax Update: You Cannot Stop the Change but You Must Know the Change”, Alabama Bar Association Family Law Section Divorce on the Beach CLE guest speaker, San Destin, Florida; May 2018 • “New Tax Considerations in Divorce: The Latest Laws and Representation Strategies for Alabama”; Alabama Law Weekly Webinar guest speaker, Birmingham, Alabama; July 2018 • “Standard Business Practices and Taxation Considerations”; Alabama Private Investigator Association Summer Meeting; Pelham, Alabama; July 2018


 Ex parte Victoria Thomaston Cato, 226 So. 3d 680 (Ala.Civ.App. 2016)  Jacob Allen Thomas v. LeeAnn G. Thomas, 109 So. 3d 193 (Ala.Civ.App. 2012)  D.S. v. Cullman County Department of Human Resources, 42 So. 3d 1284 (Ala.Civ.App. 2010)

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