Kathryn J. Roegiers, Esquire
Hometown: Stuart, FL
Experience: Former Assistant Public Defender - Trial Lawyer
Education: Stetson University College of Law, University of Florida
Kathryn Roegiers is an advocate for her clients. She has proven herself
to be an ingenious, successful and thoughtful attorney who understands
the judicial system, walking clients through every step of the process
while protecting their rights. As a top attorney, Ms. Roegiers has tackled
many serious and complex state and federal cases encompassing criminal
and civil trials.
Her experience and relationships forged while working in the Public Defender’s office allow her to
aggressively defend her clients before they go to court rather than starting
on their first court date.
Ms. Roegiers is in good standing with the Florida Bar, practicing in
criminal defense, personal injury, family law and creditor harassment.
While attending Stetson University College of Law, she interned with the
City of St. Petersburg, Florida. She was charged with filing complaints
on the behalf of the city along with assisting in many other areas of
the legal department. She then worked for family law attorney Charlotte
Danciu in Delray Beach, Florida.
Upon law school graduation, Ms. Roegiers accepted a position with the
19th Judicial Circuit Public Defenders Office, where she practiced juvenile,
misdemeanor and felony divisions of law in Martin and Saint Lucie counties.
She was eventually offered a position at a private law firm on the Treasure
Coast before deciding to open her own practice in 2014. She is a member
of the Martin County Bar Association and the Young Professionals of Martin County.
Ms. Roegiers is a Martin County native. After graduating from Martin County
High School, she enrolled at the University of Florida. While at UF, she
was an active member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority and studied abroad
for one semester in Rome, Italy.