Charles Kronzek first wanted to be a lawyer when he was 6 years old. Along the path to becoming a founding partner at Kronzek & Cronkright PLLC (now The Kronzek Firm PLC), Charles took a route with many twists and detours. As it turns out, most of them have been life experiences that have proven valuable to his law firm’s clients.
Brandy Thompson’s goal is to help her clients through a difficult time whether it be a divorce, custody battle, or dealing with Children’s Protective Services. She understands that cases can be complicated and messy but she strives to work hard and get the best result possible for each and every client.
John English is one of our most experienced trial attorneys. He is an expert criminal defense attorney and has worked at The Kronzek Firm for approximately 10 years, representing our clients in some very difficult cases. He has a long list of not guilty verdicts, dismissals, reduced charges and no-jail results for our clients. John also has an amazing record representing our clients in driver’s license restoration. John can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie is one of those rare people who is lucky enough to love her job. She loves getting to know her clients. She loves helping them out of tough situations. And she especially loves the adrenaline rush that comes from getting a winning result. She works hard to make sure the court gets it right.
Ms. Drysdale-Crown’s experience includes over two years employed as a project coordinator (attorney) for the Michigan State Supreme Court, State Court Administrative Office, court-rule certified mediator. She has represented individuals and entities involved in class action lawsuits, federal and state criminal appeals, bankruptcy, general civil litigation, estates, trusts, divorce, custody, as well as defending parents involved with children protective services.
Josh decided to become a lawyer in high school. He grew up in Grand Rapids, where he developed a passion for justice and the law. He started reading books about criminal justice issues, and realized that he’d received the call – he was destined to be a lawyer! Some people choose the law because it presents a challenge. Others become attorneys for the money. Josh was born to be a lawyer. It’s in his blood.