That attorney is Kimberly Schultz. With more than a decade of experience as a practicing attorney, she has built a reputation as an aggressive advocate and litigator who doesn’t back down. She also has a reputation for having a high standard of ethics. She is tough, but fair. Kimberly handles each case as if she herself was the client.
Attorney Kimberly Schultz understands how difficult and emotional it is to deal with divorce, paternity, and child support and child custody issues. You will quickly find that she truly cares for you and your family, and makes you a priority. Once she is handling your case, you will feel at ease. She is very sharp, and she never gives up on a client’s case. You will want an attorney who is trustworthy and will protect your interests no matter what. Attorney Schultz is exactly the attorney you will want on your side while you are going through this tough time.
All children have a right to have their father legally established. Whether are you trying to be established as the legal father of your child, or you are a mother trying to get the legal father of your child established, it is important to have an attorney on your side who understands how this system works. Attorney Schultz has more than a decade of experience handling these matters. Trust her to advocate for you and your child.
Calculating child support can be a complicated and confusing process, but it is so important for your family that the calculation is correct. Whether you are paying support or receiving it, you need to make sure the amount is not too much or too little. Attorney Schultz has over ten years of experience in this area. You need her on your side when you are figuring out the child support in your case.
A contract can be a complicated document. There are a lot of legal ins and outs in a contract, and it is important to have an experienced attorney like Kimberly Schultz draft a contract for you, or review a contract with you before you sign it. Contracts are always signed when everyone is happy and in agreement. However, Attorney Schultz looks to protect you in a contract for the day when things go awry, and the cordial agreement goes south. To that extent, Ms. Schultz is attentive to details and plans for your future to make sure you are protected in writing. She will also carefully review every part of your contract with you to ensure you know exactly what your contract obligates you to do.
General Civil Litigation
Dealing with a civil lawsuit is incredibly stressful. Attorney Schultz is who you want on your side to handle your suit. As an aggressive litigator, you can trust her to do whatever is legally necessary to get the absolute best result in your case. For the case and the challenges it brings, Attorney Schutlz makes sure she does comprehensive research and investigates the facts so she is well-versed in the law and leaves no stone unturned. This will lead to her client having the edge in gaining a successful result.
Few things in life are more worrisome and frightening than dealing with a foreclosure and the possible loss of your home. Attorney Schultz appreciates the fact that you want to know you will have a roof over your head and a warm bed to sleep in. To that extent, unlike many other foreclosure defense attorneys who delay the proceedings and give up at the end, Attorney Schultz aggressively defends your case from the beginning in order to try and prevent the loss of your home later on. Trust her to aggressively defend you while you are going through this difficult time.
Condo/Homeowners Association Defense
Being in the middle of a dispute with your Homeowner’s Association is aggravating. An attorney who understands this area of the law and has extensive experience in this area is essential. Attorney Schultz has both of those qualities, and she will advocate tirelessly while defending you. She will do everything in her power to ensure you have the best home life possible.
Unhappy with your results at trial? Take an Appeal!
An appeal is a request for a higher court to review a lower court’s decision. Kimberly Schultz handles cases on appeal when a party loses or is unhappy with some part of the decision made by the lower court. The appeals court reviews the record made in the trial court. Nothing new can be added to the record; this is not the time to add new facts or evidence. The appeal is not a trial and looks nothing like what you see on TV. The appeal is much less exciting, and is typically handled by a lawyer who is experienced and skilled at research and writing like Kimberly Schultz. An appeals lawyer presents the facts and law to the appeals court in a legal brief that looks like a book. The appeals court decides whether to affirm or to reverse the trial court’s decision based upon the written briefs.