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Troy W. Stewart

Attorney Troy W. Stewart has been with Kuhn Rogers since 2006 and has been a partner in the firm since 2015. With over 20 years of experience in the practice of law, Troy offers clients the benefit of knowledge in a number of practice areas including commercial litigation and transactions, real estate, divorce, environmental law, collections, bankruptcy, landlord-tenant law, and appeals.

A respected litigator, Troy has represented clients in both civil and criminal jury trials as well as in civil bench trials. He has worked with a wide variety of clients, including banks and financial institutions, general contractors, Bankruptcy Trustees, employers and employees, debtors, and creditors. Prior to moving to Traverse City in 2000, Troy worked as a law clerk and then as an attorney for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company’s in-house counsel.

Regardless of whether he is working with an individual or business client, Troy embodies complete dedication to his clients, tireless work on their behalf, and reliable, practical guidance tailored to their unique legal needs. His extensive trial experience in a broad spectrum of legal practice areas makes him a trusted advisor regarding transactions and a sought-after advocate in legal disputes.

A native of Vassar, Michigan, Troy now resides in Traverse City with his wife, Kathleen, and their three children. When not in the office, Troy enjoys spending time with his family and golfing.

Practice Areas
  • Business
  • Real Estate
  • Litigation
Education
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D. cum laude (2000)
  • Central Michigan University, B.S. in Business Administration (1995)
Admissions to Practice
  • Michigan (2000)
  • United States District Court, Western District of Michigan (2000)
Professional Memberships and Organizations
  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Michigan
Community Involvement
  • LEAP Youth Basketball Coach

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