We understand just how anxiety-provoking and overwhelming these experiences can be.
A divorce or custody case is a process, and it may include many different issues.
Kymberly R. Schroder has over 18 years experience litigating criminal, divorce, child-custody, child-support, and child-neglect-and-abuse cases. Schroder Law is experienced and proficient in handling all kinds of cases, from simple traffic matters to complex felonies; and from simple divorces with no children to complex divorces with children and high assets.
Schroder Law practices throughout Michigan
Kymberly R. Schroder
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Jeffrey M. Schroder and Kymberly R. Schroder have over 37 years combined experience litigating criminal, divorce, child-custody, child-support, and child-neglect-and-abuse cases. We are experienced and proficient in handling all kinds of cases, from simple traffic matters to complex felonies; and from simple divorces with no children to complex divorces with children and high assets. Click here to schedule a free consultation.
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