Roberts A. Kengis
Mr. Kengis offers mediation and arbitration services for civil and domestic cases. Mr. Kengis recently retired from the bench in Allegan County after 31 years of public service as a prosecutor and circuit court judge. Mr. Kengis was the chief judge of the Allegan County Circuit Court, and is trained and qualified to act as a civil and domestic mediator throughout the State of Michigan. As a judge, he successfully helped parties and attorneys reach agreements in hundreds of cases involving divorce, custody, property disputes, business disputes, tort liability and government regulation.
Mr. Kengis received his B.A. from the University of Michigan in 1989, and his law degree from the Wayne State University Law School in 1992.
Mr. Kengis serves on the board of directors of the Ascension Borgess Allegan Hospital Foundation, and also the Kalamazoo Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church where he also serves as pastor’s assistant. He also volunteers as a youth volleyball coach and is also a teacher at the Kalamazoo Latvian School. He and his wife Shelley have two children that keep them very very busy.