Kimberly M. Schon is a 2007 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and holds B.A. degrees in history and Judaic Studies from U-M. Kim focuses her practice on estate planning, family law and probate. She is committed to representing clients in an honest, helpful and compassionate way.
As a practitioner of estate planning and probate law, Kim provides clients with advice and representation on planning for the future and taking care of their families. This includes guardianship and conservatorship when necessary.
Kim is a member of the Oakland County Bar Association as well as the Probate and Estate planning and Family Law sections of the Michigan State Bar. She is also a member of the Jewish Bar Association of Michigan.
In addition to practicing law, Kim is an active member of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and assumes many leadership roles at Farber Hebrew Day School including chairing events and serving as the middle school cross country coach.