Peter M. Kulas-Dominguez, an attorney with at Warner Norcross + Judd LLP, has been named a top young professional by Grand Rapids Bar Association.
Kulas-Dominguez was one of three individuals selected for the 3-in10 Award, which is given to lawyers who are in their first 10 years of practice and have demonstrated exceptional professional achievement, superb public service and have made significant contributions to the legal profession. The attorney, who serves as senior counsel, was recognized last night at the GRBA 2018 Annual Meeting in downtown Grand Rapids.
Kulas-Dominguez concentrates his practice on family law litigation including divorce, LGBT family issues, domestic relations mediation, spousal support, child custody and support, abuse and neglect matters, complex business valuations, pre- and post-nuptial agreements and adoptions. He joined the firm in 2017 after working as a solo practitioner for seven years.
Active professionally, Kulas-Dominguez currently chairs the Alternative Family Committee of the State Bar of Michigan’s Family Law Section and the Publications Committee of the LGBTQA Section and is an elected member of the council for both sections. He is the past chair of the Grand Rapids Bar Association Young Lawyers Section. He regularly presents on a wide range of family law topics across the state.
Kulas-Dominguez has done pro bono work for several regional organizations, including assisting victims of domestic violence with legal counsel at the YWCA West Central Michigan and assisting with community relation events for McKenzie’s Animal Shelter. In July he will begin serving on the board for the Humane Society of West Michigan.
He holds a bachelor’s degree cum laude
from Arizona State University and a law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
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