Kelly Ehrenreich is an Associate Attorney at the Women’s Divorce and Family Law Group by Haid and Teich, LLP ( “WDFLG”). Kelly has focused her career in family law, in particular cases involving domestic violence, and zealously advocates for the physical, emotional, and financial well-being of her clients who have experienced family and intimate partner violence. Kelly prides her practice on impeccable attention to detail, precise application of the law, and a compassionate teamwork approach with clients so they feel heard and supported throughout their cases.
Kelly graduated from the University of Delaware in 2012 and the University of Michigan Law School in 2019. While at Michigan Law, Kelly co-founded a student group, the Gender Violence Project, which supports law students pursuing legal careers in domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking. She also co-founded a pro-bono project, SAHLAS, which provided undergraduate students with law student representatives in Title IX proceedings before the University agreed to appoint attorneys for all students filing Title IX complaints. After graduation, Kelly has continued to mentor Michigan Law students in these organizations, and has represented clients in University proceedings against an assailant on campus.
Prior to joining WDFLG, Kelly worked in legal aid, providing free legal services to clients who had experienced domestic and sexual violence. In her role as a legal aid attorney, Kelly represented clients in a wide range of family law matters, including Orders of Protection, Civil No Contact Orders, Dissolutions, Parentage and Allocation cases, and Child Support establishment, Modification, and Enforcement matters. In her Dissolution and Parentage cases, Kelly handled complex litigation and negotiations involving significant financial matters and highly sensitive child “custody” (parenting time and decision-making) issues.