Amy A. Stawski, a shareholder of the Kemp Klein Law Firm, has more than 30 years of experience in Family Law and Appellate Litigation. Her substantial expertise includes litigating and settling complex, high profile family law cases as well as advising individuals on a full range of domestic relations issues arising from marriage, divorce and custody. These issues include divorce, annulment, separate maintenance, paternity, custody, change of domicile, child and spousal support (alimony), parenting time, division of marital estates, grandparenting time, and appeals, among others. Additionally, she has experience with cases involving international issues concerning the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction. Ms. Stawski remains dedicated to protecting her clients and working with them to achieve the best possible outcome.
Ms. Stawski’s experience includes being Clerk to the Honorable Martin M. Doctoroff (1987–88) and Research Attorney for the Michigan Court of Appeals (1986–87). In addition, she has published a number of articles on her practice specialty.
Ms. Stawski maintains an “AV” peer review rating with Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, the highest peer review rating for attorneys. She has also been recognized for inclusion in other top peer-reviewed directories, including The Best Lawyers in America© 2022 in the field of Family Law (© 2021 by Woodward/White, Inc., of SC), DBusiness magazine’s list of Top Lawyers in 2013 and 2014 in the practice area of Family Law, and the 2014 – 2020 issues of Michigan Super Lawyers magazine, (which features the top 5% of attorneys in Michigan in the practice area of Family Law). Additionally, she has been designated a “Leading Lawyer” in Family Law for the years 2013 to the present (a distinction granted to the top 1% of attorneys in Michigan).
J.D., University of Detroit, cum laude, 1986
B.A., Wayne State University, 1974
Bar and Court Admissions
State Bar of Michigan, 1986
American Bar Association
Oakland County Bar Association
Michigan Inter-Professional Association on Marriage, Divorce and the Family