Kelley Zuber, Esq.
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Prenuptial & Postnuptial
- Spousal Support
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
- Southern Illinois University School of Law
- Southern Illinois University at Maryville
- Major: History
Kelley Zuber, Esq.
Facing family law matters can be an emotionally overwhelming experience. This is why it is important to have an attorney on your side that will advocate for your rights and that understands the process of your matter. Kelley Zuber is a Team Leader Attorney with Stange Law Firm and can assist you from the firm’s Maryville, Illinois Office in Madison County.
Kelley Zuber graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Law in 1999. His academic proficiency led him to be named to the Dean’s List on multiple occasions. Prior to obtaining his law degree, he earned a Bachelor of Science in History with a minor in Biology from the same University.
Kelley has worked for numerous State’s Attorney’s offices, including in Jackson County, St. Clair County and Union County. Kelley also worked in private practice, resulting in a vast amount of trial and courtroom experience.
When he is not practicing law, Kelley enjoys watching soccer and playing music.
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