Kristine ShrodeAttorney & Counselor at Law
Kristine Shrode focuses her practice on Family Law, including dissolution of marriage, paternity, injunctions for protection against domestic violence, and special education matters, and Civil Litigation.
Kristine attended the University of Iowa for her undergraduate degree, and thereafter, attended Chicago-Kent College of Law for her JD. After graduating from Chicago-Kent with a specialization in criminal law, labor and employment law, and litigation, Kristine began her law practice as an Assistant State’s Attorney for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in Chicago where she argued a first degree murder case in front of the Illinois Appellate Court and conducted hundreds of motions, hearings, trials, and mediations. Thereafter, Kristine worked as in-house counsel for Chicago Public Schools handling school law and special education matters.
After moving to Florida with her family, Kristine continued her Family Law practice at The Shelter for Abused Women & Children and Legal Aid Service of Collier County, where she served victims of domestic violence, and abused and neglected children.
Kristine brings twelve-plus years of litigation experience to The Martin Law Firm, P.L. and is a member of the Family Law, Public Interest and Employment Law sections of the Florida Bar, and a member of the Collier County Bar Association. Kristine is admitted to practice law in Illinois (currently inactive) and Florida.
Juris Doctorate, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Bachelor's, University of Iowa
Collier County Bar Association