Frederick N. Schroeder
Frederick N. SchroederEmail: email@example.com
Phone: (541) 318-9115OSB#: 075341
Practice Emphasis: Family Law, Divorce, Custody and Parenting Time, Relocation, Child and Spousal Support, Modification and Enforcement Litigation, Contempt of Court Proceedings, Restraining Orders, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, and Guardianships
Professional Experience: Fred has worked for Stahancyk, Kent & Hook in central Oregon since 2010. Since joining the firm, he has successfully helped numerous clients navigate divorces and disputes over custody and parenting time, both in court and through mediation. He has also helped numerous clients prepare for the future by managing their estate planning. In 2013, Fred became the managing attorney for Stahancyk, Kent & Hook's Prineville office. Before joining Stahancyk, Kent & Hook, Fred clerked for Clackamas County Circuit Court Judge Robert Herndon. As a judicial clerk, he observed numerous trials (criminal, civil, and domestic relations) and gained invaluable, practical experience in how the courts work. While in law school, he clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice’s Family Law section.
- Sewickley Academy Pittsburgh, PA
- Colgate University Hamilton, NY - B.A. in Geology and History
- Lewis & Clark Law School Portland, OR - Juris Doctorate
Community Involvement: Fred is part of the Prineville Kiwanis chapter. He also volunteers with his local parks and recreation department as a youth soccer coach and serves as a Den Leader for his son’s Cub Scout pack.
Interests: Fred is lifelong sports fan. He also enjoys outdoor activities including skiing, cycling, and hiking. But most of his free time is spent with his family as he re-experiences the joys of childhood vicariously through his kids.
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