University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2001
Dartmouth College, B.A., cum laude, 1998
Karen Rose Krehbiel represents clients in all areas of family law and in domestic relations matters. Ms. Krehbiel joined Berger Schatz in 2005 has been a partner since 2009.
Prior to joining Berger Schatz, Ms. Krehbiel practiced in commercial and securities litigation as an associate in the law firm of Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy in New York City. Ms. Krehbiel also previously practiced family law at the law firm of Skoloff & Wolfe in Livingston, New Jersey.
Ms. Krehbiel’s interest in family law grew from her experience representing neglected and abused children, first as a law school student and then as a volunteer at Lawyers for Children, a non-profit legal organization based in New York City.
Ms. Krehbiel has written on family law topics, including an article analyzing the collaborative law approach to divorce, and as a contributing editor for chapters on parenting plans and enforcement of parenting time for a deskbook for judges published by the National Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Child Custody Law.
Ms. Krehbiel is a member of several professional organizations, including the family law section of the American Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association. In 2013, she was chosen to the list of Rising Stars by Illinois Super Lawyers.
Ms. Krehbiel is admitted to practice in Illinois.
“Collaborative Law — The Potential Downside of the Latest Trend in Marital Dissolution,” G/P Solo Law Trends and News, Family Law, American Bar Association, May 2005