Attorney Antoinette Frazho graduated from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in January 1994, and she was licensed to practice in May 1994. She obtained her Bachelors in English from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, in May of 1989.
Antoinette Frazho specializes in issues related to sexual assault and harassment violations, Title IX matters, and Driver’s License Restoration.
She strives to achieve amicable results through mediation and negotiation, which allows both parties to decide the outcome. If mediation is not an option, she can represent assertively represent you in the trial court, advocating for your rights and privileges against the wrongdoer or government agency.
She also understands that past mistakes should not impact your future endeavors, and driving privileges are necessary to pursue your goals and dreams. Everyone deserves a second chance, and the ability to put their past mistakes behind them.
Antoinette Frazho stands by those who feel oppressed, harmed, and negatively impacted by others or the legal system, and she advocates for people who cannot advocate for themselves. Everyone has a voice, and their voice should be heard.
Antoinette Frazho enjoys spending time with her three dogs and two cats, spoiling them at every opportunity. She also loves to travel to new places/countries and experiencing the different cultures. During her spare time, she enjoys ballroom dancing, watching movies, reading novels, baking for her family, and cooking different dishes.
Mother Theresa House, Lansing, MI – volunteer caregiver at a hospice house, actively involved in local church, ZONTA – businesswomen’s organization, Clinton Area Transit – board member.
She also belongs to Samar Leyte Texas Scholarship sponsoring individuals in college for a 4-year commitment to pay for housing/books/supplies.