Strobridge & Hunter, Attorneys at Law, PLC

West Michigan Attorneys and Counselors

Personal. Compassionate. Committed.

S&H Law is committed to providing personal and compassionate services to best address all of our client’s needs. S&H Law works closely with clients to design custom-tailored solutions to tough issues such as; parenting time; child custody; estate planning; and criminal proceedings. We will work hard to represent you and your family’s best interests by negotiating a fair and favorable agreement, or by zealously representing you in court. We value client input, and ensure clients are promptly informed about any updates or changes in case status. Our firm offers a free 30 minute consultation on any and all matters.

KYLE STROBRIDGE

 
Kyle has a background in Criminal Justice. He was a Military Police Officer for 9 years in the United States Army Reserve. At his previous job, he worked as a legal assistant for the Social Security Administration in the Office of Hearing Operations. While in law school, he participated in the following volunteer events: Wills for Veterans; and the Veteran’s Legal Assistance Program. He also helped individuals apply for and obtain expungements through the Access to Justice Clinic at WMU Cooley Law School. Based on his prior experience, Kyle is well qualified to handle whatever legal challenge you may be facing.

KYLE STROBRIDGE

 
Kyle has a background in Criminal Justice. He was a Military Police Officer for 9 years in the United States Army Reserve. At his previous job, he worked as a legal assistant for the Social Security Administration in the Office of Hearing Operations. While in law school, he participated in the following volunteer events: Wills for Veterans; and the Veteran’s Legal Assistance Program. He also helped individuals apply for and obtain expungements through the Access to Justice Clinic at WMU Cooley Law School. Based on his prior experience, Kyle is well qualified to handle whatever legal challenge you may be facing.

MEGAN HUNTER

 
Megan received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Grand Valley State University and has an extensive background in child welfare. Megan worked with children and families within the foster care system for 8 years and has volunteered with the CASA program. It was through this work that she made the decision to attend law school and continue advocacy for underrepresented and indigent populations in Michigan. While in law school, she assisted the Kent County Office of the Defender where she aided in; legal research, interviewing witnesses, examining evidence, and case preparation. Megan is a member of Michigan State Bar, and Grand Rapids Bar Association. Megan has the experience, skills and qualifications to handle all your legal situations.

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