Kate Gadbois and Amy Foerster have joined Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos, P.C., Gadbois in the firm’s Kalamazoo office, and Foerster in the Battle Creek office. Both attorneys bring a passion for clients and a track record of success.
Gadbois is a native of western Michigan. She graduated from Davenport University with a bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies, and she received her Juris Doctor degree from the Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School. At WMU Cooley, she served as the Student Bar Association vice president.
Foerster graduated from Western Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in political science, and she received her Juris Doctor degree from the Michigan State University College of Law. While at MSU, Foerster received the Jurisprudence Achievement Award for Integrative Law and Social Work. She also won third place for Best Brief and reached the Top 16 as a participant in the 2015 National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition.
Foerster’s primary practice areas include Family Law, Employment Law and Native American/Federal Indian Law, while Gadbois’ practice areas include Corporate and Business Law, Estate Planning and Probate.
Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos P.C. has offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, and St. Joseph, Michigan. The firm specializes in business law, estate and elder law, and divorce law. Other practice areas include agricultural law, appellate advocacy, criminal defense, insurance defense, and municipal and governmental law.