AboutA history of helping the community
The Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S. C. have a long history of helping people with immigration, family law, criminal defense and civil suits.
Due to the length of immigration cases, strategic planning is vital. Scheduling for hearings can be years in advance.
Prompt and timely for all clients; every case matters to us because it matters to you.
Regardless of the relief you are seeking, we will stay with you for each step in the proccess.
A Team Of Professionals
Raymond E. Schrank II
criminal, personal injury, civil, family, and immigration law
Attorney Raymond E. Schrank II is experienced in criminal, personal injury, civil, family, and immigration law. After graduating from UW-Oshkosh with a degree in Psychology, Ray attended the University of Wisconsin Law School. Since graduating in 1970, Ray has tried complex medical negligence claims, complex product liability claims, complex auto accident cases and complex criminal cases. In these cases, Ray represented either the injured party or, in the vast majority of criminal cases, the defendant. Ray has been certified as a Civil Trial Advocate since 1984, has been a Diplomat of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys since 1989, and, since 2006, has been named a Super Lawyer in Wisconsin. Ray is an active member of American Immigration Lawyers Association. For the past six years, Ray has received special recognition by the State Bar of Wisconsin for his pro-bono work.
Attorney Raymond E. Schrank II has significant immigration court experience and he has handled asylum claims, withholding of removal claims and cancellation of removal claims. He has enjoyed substantial success and always represents the immigrant fighting the United States government. Ray has successfully processed over six hundred DACA petitions or renewals of DACA petitions, hundreds of family petitions and naturalization claims. A devoted student of the law, even after 48 years of active law practice, Ray continues to work full-time.
kristin m. schrank
Animal law, criminal, family, immigration, personal injury
Kristin Schrank is experienced in criminal, personal injury, immigration, family, and animal law, having handled countless pre-trial motions, approximately forty cases to jury trial, and several post-conviction actions. After obtaining her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Attorney Schrank attended Marquette University Law School. While at the Law School, Attorney Schrank was active in the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund as well as the Pro Bono Society and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Project. Following graduation, Attorney Schrank joined the Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S.C., where she concentrated on civil litigation. In March 2010, Attorney Schrank was appointed as an Assistant District Attorney for Milwaukee County. In her seven years as an Assistant District Attorney, Attorney Schrank served with distinction in several specialty units, including the Violent Crimes Unit, the Domestic Violence Unit, and the Sensitive Crimes Unit. As a member of the Domestic Violence Unit, Attorney Schrank held the position of Regional Resource Prosecutor where part of her responsibilities included assisting and training other attorneys on how to handle cases involving violence against women.
During her entire tenure with the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Schrank also handled Crimes-Against-Animals prosecutions. Her expertise in this area led to her being asked to train law enforcement, veterinarians, and attorneys state-wide on investigation and prosecution of crimes involving animals. For her efforts in prosecuting wild animal cases, Attorney Schrank was awarded a Special Service Award by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Attorney Schrank rejoined the Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S.C., in 2017. She is currently a board member of the Alliance for Animals, a non-profit animal welfare and protection organization. She is also District Leader for the Humane Society of the United States. Outside of the office, you can usually find Attorney Schrank advocating for animal welfare and protection, spending time with her beloved cats, Luis and Brinkley, and her spirited chihuahua/papillon mix, Foxy, enjoying outdoor activities, or cheering on a Wisconsin sports team.
sarra M. Clarkson
criminal, family, and immigration attorney
Sarra Clarkson is an experienced criminal, family, and immigration attorney. She has argued countless pre-trial motions, handled several post-conviction actions, taken numerous cases to jury trial, and drafted an array of legal documents. After obtaining her undergraduate degrees from Purdue University, Attorney Clarkson attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law. During law school, Attorney Clarkson worked for Cullen & Co., PLLC where she gained experience in appellate practice, handling family law and criminal appeals. Attorney Clarkson also clerked for the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office, participated in the externship program with the Arkansas Federal Public Defender’s Office, and interned with the Honorable Rudolph Randa in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. She also worked for Professor Sarah Howard Hobbs, conducting research on issues relating to the Uniform Commercial Code.
Following graduation, Attorney Clarkson was Of Counsel for Feldman Law Offices, Ltd. where she handled labor and employment and business law related cases. Attorney Clarkson also worked for the City of Chicago Department of Law, Drug and Gang House Enforcement Section, where she prosecuted building code violations in furtherance of a drug and gang task force initiative. In January 2013, Attorney Clarkson was appointed as an Assistant District Attorney in the Eau Claire County District Attorney’s Office. While at the Eau Claire County District Attorney’s Office, she prosecuted a wide range of criminal matters, including OWI, burglary, sexual assault, and financial crimes. She mostly, however, prosecuted drug related crimes of varying complexity. In August 2014, Attorney Clarkson was appointed Assistant District Attorney in the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. In this office she prosecuted domestic violence and child abuse and neglect cases of varying complexity.
In November 2017, Attorney Clarkson joined the Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S.C. She is currently a member of the Thomas E. Fairchild American Inn of Court where programs are held to discuss matters of ethics, skills, and professionalism. Outside of the office you can find Attorney Clarkson spending time with her family and friends and enjoying outdoor activities.
Barbara Schrank is an experienced legal assistant and paralegal, having held positions at the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and various law firms in Madison and Milwaukee. She assisted her husband, Ray, in opening Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S.C. in 2003 and continues to coordinate the day-to-day management of this busy law firm.
Barbara has many interests outside of the office, including reading, cooking, enjoying time with her family, church activities, attending her grandchildren’s many sporting events, cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall, and spending time with her carefree shih tzu pup, Cha Cha, and her two cats, Leo and Gus.
Maria Gonzalez Hernandez Huolihan
Interpreter / Legal Assistant
Maria Gonzalez Hernandez Huolihan serves as Spanish Translator and Legal Assistant at the Law Offices of Raymond E. Schrank II, S.C. Maria immigrated to the United States at the age of five (5). She began assisting Attorney Raymond Schrank in 2014.
Outside of the office, Maria enjoys cooking and baking, church activities, and volunteering at her childrens’ school.
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Law Offices of
Raymond e. Schrank II, S.C.
Phone (262) 679-2094
Fax (262) 679-2099