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Samantha A. Pepprock


Marjorie Saxe


Samantha Pepprock is an attorney in West Michigan who practices in the areas of estate planning, business, real estate, and immigration law. In addition to being licensed to practice law in the state of Michigan, Samantha is also licensed to practice law in her home state of Wisconsin.

Samantha is fluent in Spanish and serves as treasurer of the nonprofit animal shelter, Noah Project, which is based in Muskegon, Michigan.

While attending Winona State University in Minnesota, Samantha double-majored in pre-law studies and Spanish. She was inducted into Sigma Delta Pi, the Spanish Honor Society, and completed her Spanish major at the University of Granada in southern Spain. She co-founded a student organization for pre-law students and she received the Outstanding Student Award.

She then moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan to attend law school where she was able to combine her bilingual capabilities and legal knowledge to help serve the surrounding Hispanic population. As a law student, Samantha was an avid volunteer in the community working with several organizations including the Kent County Housing Commission’s Landlord/Tenant Project, Justice For Our Neighbors, Kent County Department of Human Services, Catholic Charities and God’s Kitchen.

In her spare time, Samantha enjoys spending time with her family and pets, volunteering, reading and yoga.

Previous Experience

Robert E. Robbins, P.C., Grand Haven, MI (2014-2017)

Cervera Garcia Law Offices, Milwaukee, WI (2014)


  • 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