Katlin Floyd is currently the law clerk at Indigo Family Law while waiting to be sworn into the South Carolina Bar when she will become an Associate Attorney.
As a young girl she dreamed of nothing more than being a lawyer proving that in every argument until her point was made. Regardless of all the trouble the arguing would get her into, she knew one day it would lead to a life of happiness.
Being raised in a conservative town furthered her back bone and pointed her in the direction to standing for what was right and never letting the truth be hidden. Spending long summers with her aunt and uncle who were small town farmers culminated a hot streak for lifting little voices and standing for the working class. Coming from the low country and spending most of her life in and around Georgetown County she built a fondness that would prove itself time and time again upon her return from exploring other parts of the state and country.
After graduating from Georgetown High School, she attended Columbia College where she triple majored in Political Science, Public Affairs and History. After graduating from College, Katlin stayed home with her oldest daughter for a year before attending law school at Charleston School of Law. Upon graduation, while 6 months pregnant with her second child she thought, “this is it, I will finally achieve my goals”. However, life had other plans. This proved to be the fight she was looking for.
As a wife and working mother Katlin struggled to pass the bar. After her divorce, Katlin truly believed she would never reach her goal of being an attorney. With a new husband, two children and a mountain of life on shoulders she eventually achieved her goal and passed the bar, turning her dreams into reality.
When asked why Katlin chose to work with Brana Williams and Ryan Stampfle at Indigo Family Law she said, “They get it. They understand families, they understand the struggles that everyone goes through and truly want to help those who come into the office. It has been the best decision I have ever made!”