About Kats Law

Your Advocate in Immigration and Family Law

Your Immigration And Family Law Solution 

When you need a lawyer to represent you or your business in matters of immigration and family law, you need someone who is empathetic, knowledgeable and able to effectively advocate for you. At the Law Office of Svetlana Kats, Esq., we specialize in immigration, family law and personal injury, and will provide individualized legal solution for you in these legal matters. At our office you will meet and communicate directly with our primary attorney, Svetlana Kats. She believes that each case is unique, and will take the time to learn your story in order to build the best case for you, whether you come to our firm needing legal help in immigration, family law or personal injury.

Svetlana Kats,

Primary Attorney

Attorney, Svetlana Kats, is founding and managing partner of Svetlana Kats, Esq., LLC. Ms. Kats focuses her practice in the areas of Immigration, Domestic Relations and Personal Injuries. Ms. Kats speaks Russian, Ukrainian and English. Being an immigrant herself, she is in a unique position to understand what her clients may be going through and experiencing as immigrants. This is where Ms. Kats’ knowledge of the law and her personal experience becomes invaluable.

In addition, she is well-versed in both corporate and international law, knowledge that is essential to understanding cases related to business immigration.

Empathetic and knowledgeable, our primary attorney can advocate for you.


Lyndhurst, Ohio
Phone: 216-382-3700
Fax: 216-373-9142
Email:  lana@katsatlaw.com

Areas of Practice

Domestic Relations
Personal Injuries


Case Western Reserve University Law School. Cleveland, Ohio – 2003

Bar Admission
U.S. Northern District of Ohio
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit


American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Ohio State Bar Association
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Cleveland Council on World Affairs
Women in International Trade


Lana Kats, Esq.

Attorney At Law

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