Robert graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and was admitted... more
Robert graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and was admitted to the State Bar of Wisconsin in 1978. Shortly after his admission, he came to Michigan and was admitted into practice in November of the same year. Since then, Robert has been engaged in private practice in Fremont and Muskegon. In April of 1998, he established his own firm, Stariha Law Offices, P.C., and ... view profile
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