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Samantha A. Pepprock


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Samantha Pepprock is a transactional attorney based in our Muskegon office. She focuses her practice on representing clients in matters related to estate planning, business, real estate and immigration.

Originally from Milwaukee, Samantha is licensed to practice law in the states of Wisconsin and Michigan. She is also bilingual after double-majoring in Spanish at Winona State University and studying abroad at the University of Granada in Spain.

Her estate planning practice involves assisting clients in preparing their estate plans, including wills, trusts, deeds and powers of attorneys. She also has experience in probate and trust administration. Samantha successfully creates estate plans for clients to avoid probate, protect their assets, and leave a legacy.

Samantha’s business practice includes providing services to business owners regarding a variety of issues that might arise throughout the life of their businesses, including formation of various types of entities, contracts, succession planning, buying and selling, stock transactions, among other needs. She has represented clients during real estate transactions and closings, drafts purchase agreements and other related contracts, deeds, leases and rental agreements.

As an immigration attorney, Samantha assists clients in obtaining work permits, applying to become lawful permanent residents, naturalization, family-based petitions and work visas.

Samantha currently serves as chair of the firm’s diversity and inclusion committee. She is also a self-proclaimed animal lover who enjoys spending time with her pets and serving on the board of directors at Noah Project, an animal shelter located in Muskegon.

Attorney Samantha Pepprock is available to meet you at any of our West Michigan offices: Muskegon, Holland or Grand Rapids.

Previous Experience


  • Muskegon County Bar Association
  • Ottawa County Bar Association
  • Young Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Michigan
  • Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan
  • Non-Resident Lawyers Division of the Wisconsin State Bar
  • Muskegon Young Professionals
  • Lakeshore Human Trafficking Task Force, Member
  • Extended Grace (Grand Haven), Grant Writer
  • Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Chair
  • Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce, Ambassador


  • Winona State University (B.L.A., Pre-Law and Spanish, 2009) - Legal Society (Co-Founder) - Delta Sigma Pi (Spanish Honor Society) - La Voz
  • WMU Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., 2012) - International Law Society; Cooley Volunteer Corps; Hispanic/Latino Law Society; Phi Alpha Delta


  • State Bar of Michigan, 2016
  • State Bar of Wisconsin, 2013


  • 2018, 2019 People’s Choice “Best Estate Planning Attorney” by the Grand Haven Tribune
  • 2018 Nonprofit Board Certification Training by the Johnson Center of GVSU
  • 2017 Nonprofit Board Leadership Certificate by the Johnson Center of GVSU
  • Noah Project, Treasurer (2016-2018); Vice President (2018-present) 

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