Sarah is the principal attorney at Creem Law, PLC, a Southeastern Michigan law firm focusing exclusively on family law. Since graduating from the University of Michigan Law School, Sarah has practiced family law first in Portland, Oregon and now in Michigan. Sarah is the former chair of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Family Law Section.
Sarah is grateful for her many years at one of the largest family law firms in the country, Gevurtz, Menashe, PC. While there, Sarah was the lead attorney on hundreds of cases. She was a sought-after attorney, known for both negotiating advantageous settlements for her clients and crafting winning arguments in the courtroom. Sarah has extensive experience with complex and difficult family law cases.
Sarah approaches each case with an eye toward minimizing the negativity and stress for the client and the family as a whole. She stands in the gap for clients who are unable to stand up themselves, who are worn down by the conflict. Sarah has a heart for protecting children and taking care in cases to minimize the effects of the divorce on them.
Sarah Creem was born and raised in a family of eight in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She loves her family, traveling, supporting foster kids and their foster families, and outdoor recreation. Sarah is an active member of Ward Church in Northville. Downtown Plymouth is where Sarah now calls home, along with her husband, three children, and fun-loving cat. You can find her law office in Novi and her second office in downtown Plymouth.
Honors and Awards
Moot Court Judge, University of Michigan Law School
Women Lawyers Association of Michigan, member
Attended multiple trainings for collaborative divorce including basic training by the International Association of Collaborative Professionals
Selected for inclusion on the SuperLawyers® Rising Star List. No more than 2.5% of lawyers in a state are named to the Rising Stars List.
Recipient of the AV Preeminent Award by Martindale-Hubbell, signifying the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards
Rising Star, SuperLawyers
Martindale-Hubbell’s Highest —AV Preeminent Rating
University of Michigan Law School, 2002
Walsh College, BS Finance, 1999