Shaunda Lynch began her legal career in 2000, after graduating from Western... more
Shaunda Lynch began her legal career in 2000, after graduating from Western Washington University and Willamette University College of Law. She is licensed in both Indiana and North Carolina. Shaunda relocated to Evansville and married Evansville native Chad Schmidt in November, 2000. She began in private practice, emphasizing in medical malpractice defense, business/corporate law, and intellec... view profile
Ms. Krantz joined Fine & Hatfield after serving four years as the Warrick County... more
Ms. Krantz joined Fine & Hatfield after serving four years as the Warrick County Prosecuting Attorney, six years as the Warrick County Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and twenty-six years in private practice in Boonville, Indiana serving clients in the practice areas of family law and criminal defense. At Fine & Hatfield Ms. Krantz’s practice areas include Family Law, Family Law Mediati... view profile
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