Kimberly A. Grover graduated from Wayne State Law School in 2011 with a Juris Doctorate. She is a trained mediator and a former accountant. Kimberly interned at the Free Legal Aid Clinic from January of 2010 until she graduated in May of 2011 and represented victims of domestic violence in their family law issues and also represented the elderly in conjunction with the Elder Law and Advocacy Center. She continued to volunteer at FLAC until Lakeshore Legal Aid hired her as a legal assistant while she waited for her bar results. Kimberly also interned for family law Judge Eric W. Cholack in the 3rd Circuit.
Kimberly is accredited by the Veterans Administration to represent Veterans in their appeal for benefits. Kimberly received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Obama in 2010 and 2011 for her work with Marineparents.com. She was also a 2010 awardee of the Ziemba Scholarship recognizing her dedication to volunteer work. Kimberly was honored by the 313 Project for her contributions to their legal aid clinics in the Detroit Area in 2013.
Kimberly joined Stroia and Associates, PC in November 2011 and handled hundreds of cases concerning family law issues, probate matters and estate planning. Kimberly volunteer mediates for Wayne Mediation Center both at the Center and at 3rd Circuit Court on the 7th floor mediating for the family division. She opened her own office in May of 2014, Kimberly A. Grover, PLLC, to further her desire to provide excellent representation to families in the Downriver area at reasonable fees.
Alexander Daar joined Kimberly A. Grover, PLLC as an associate attorney in November, 2019 and is dedicated to the firm’s mission to provide superior representation to families in the Downriver area at affordable rates.
Alex graduated the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in 2016. Alex graduated from Wayne State Law School in 2019 with a juris doctorate. In Law School, Alex was recognized for his first-place finish in the 2017 Wayne State Transactional Law Competition and for his completion of over 250 hours of pro bono legal services as a law student.
Alex has law clerk experience in various law firms including The Rasor Law Firm in Royal Oak, Michigan and the Law Offices of Smith, Haughey, Rice and Roegge in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Alex’s interest in family law and estate planning stems from his experience as a student attorney for the Detroit Free Legal Aid Clinic (FLAC), where he represented low-income individuals in Wayne County family court and helped citizens of Wayne County create wills, trusts, and various deeds. Alex has experience helping men and women navigate the Michigan family court system to achieve equitable legal goals. Alex appreciates the sensitive nature of family law and strives to ensure that his clients receive the highest degree of respect, compassion, and legal guidance.