Welcome To Our Litigation Blog!

We have happily commenced our Litigation Blog in an effort custody litigation, and child-protection litigation. We’ll also be sharing our own personal views about local news and experiences we’ve had in and out of court.

We’ve noticed that most attorneys’ blogs are unfortunately written for them by blogging services employed by the attorneys in an effort to improve their search engine optimization (SEO) for internet searches. This means that most attorneys don’t write their own blogs. We are pleased to assure you that our Litigation Blog will be written only by the attorneys in our firm, Jeffrey M. Schroder or Kymberly R. Schroder.

We hope that our Litigation Blog will become regular reading for potential clients in greater Southwest Michigan, including Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Paw Paw, Allegan, Hastings, and Centreville. We also invite attorneys, judges, court staff, law-enforcement professionals, members of the media, our current clients, and our students to read and participate in our Litigation Blog by completing the Contact form [link] on our website. Your question or comment will be transmitted directly to Jeff and Kymberly. We promise that we will keep your contact information, your question or comment unless you specifically request confidential. We do not provide any of your information to anyone without your prior approval.

Certainly, if you have a legal issue requiring our attention, we encourage you to contact us right away by emailing us at lawyers@schroderlawfirm.com or by telephoning our office at (269) 321-5059. Your question or comment is important to us, and we will make every effort to return your call or email as soon as possible.

All initial consultations via email, telephone, and in our office are free, and you will not be charged an attorney fee or expense unless you specifically

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