Katrina Z. Farley practices primarily in the areas of estate and tax planning and estate, trust and guardianship administration. She is an Ohio State Bar Association Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate Law. From 2008 through 2014 she was named as an "Ohio Super Lawyer" in a legal publication known as "Ohio Super Lawyers" as well as being named in the Best Lawyers in Southern Ohio and The Best Lawyers in America in 2010-2014. Katrina has also been selected for inclusion in the 20th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America in Litigation - Trusts and Estates.  In 2014, Katrina went through a peer review process via Martindale-Hubbell which resulted in her receiving the highest rating possible which is an AV Preeminent rating.

Katrina frequently meets with clients to formulate an estate plan which meets their specific goals for their families while also minimizing or deferring taxes, as well as avoiding the probate process. The estate planning documents prepared by her are both complete and comprehensible.

With a former background in litigation, Katrina has developed a niche in the area of probate litigation. She has experience representing litigants in actions involving the contests of wills, interpretations of trusts as well as contested guardianship proceedings. She also has significant other related litigation experience including but not limited to personal injury litigation. Katrina's litigation background helps assist her in the drafting of estate planning documents with an eye toward avoiding future litigation.

Katrina received her Bachelor's Degree in Legal Administration from Ball State University and her Law Degree from Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law, where she graduated with honors. She has lectured for the Cincinnati Bar Association and other professional and public groups on estate planning and probate related topics. She has also co-authored an article concerning estate plan drafting with a focus on avoiding post death litigation as well as a recent subsequent article concerning the pros and cons of estate planning to avoid the probate process after death. Both articles were published by a national professional publication.

Katrina is admitted to practice law before all courts of the State of Ohio and Commonwealth of Kentucky as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. She is a member of the Cincinnati, Ohio and Kentucky Bar Associations. Katrina also currently serves as a board member of the Cincinnati Bar Foundation as well as the Chairperson of the Foundation Events Committee. She served as President of the Estate Planning Council of Northern Kentucky in 2011. She has previously served as a volunteer with the Cincinnati Association of the Blind.

Katrina is a managing partner of Santen & Hughes.