Armand Schonscheck is the newest attorney to join Kammer Law Office, S.C., having started with the firm in 2017 when he moved from Milwaukee to Portage,
Attorney Schonscheck has a master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) and a B.A. in Business Management from the Universtity of Wisconsin-Parkside. He graduated from Marquette Law School in 2016.
Armand is passionate about advising and advocating for his clients effectively and has experience in a wide-array of legal areas, including criminal, business, traffic, real estate, small claims, and civil. He methodically evaluates each case to determine the best course of action and is outstanding in presenting evidence to defend or prosecute in civil litigation and to defend in criminal cases.
Attorney Katherine Kruger joined Kammer Law Office, S.C., in April of 2012. Since joining the office, she has focused her practice primarily on family law, bankruptcy, and real estate matters. Additionally, Katherine is also a trained and certified legal mediator.
Katherine graduated from the Portage High School in 1993. She then earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa in 1997. While at Cornell College, she majored in politics and philosophy. From there, she received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2000.
As owner and senior partner of Kammer Law Office, S.C., Mr. Kammer has served the Portage and surrounding area for over 40 years in the legal profession.
Mr. Kammer did his undergraduate work at Princeton University, Ball State University and the University of Wisconsin, graduating in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ethical Philosophy, but with concentration also in Political Science and Mathematics. He attended the University of Wisconsin Law School from 1967 through 1970 and received his Juris Doctorate.
He was elected President of the State Bar of Wisconsin in 2009 and served as President until July of 2010.