A.a.L. Floyd P. Kloc, P.C., is a professional corporation incorporated in 2000. It is a general-practice law firm handling a wide array of cases, excluding only bankruptcy, social security, and worker’s compensation. Our practice extends to several counties in the region, including Saginaw, Bay, Midland, Tuscola, Gladwin, Alpena, Huron, Lapeer, Genesee, Isabella, Iosco, Sanilac, Arenac, and Gratiot.
Kloc & Associates handles a variety of legal matters, including:
Note: Kloc & Associates does not handle bankruptcy, social security, or worker's compensation matters.
Our hourly rate is $185 per hour. We also offer a free 1/2 hour consultation. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.
Floyd P. Kloc is the president and owner of A.a.L. Floyd P. Kloc, P.C., a legal services professional corporation. He was admitted to the bar in November 1978 and became an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Saginaw in April of 1979. He was promoted to Chief Assistant City Attorney the following year. He served in that capacity until August 1988, when he entered private practice. He opened his general practice in 1999, and has continued the private, general practice of law since then, serving the citizens of Saginaw and surrounding communities.
The firm’s areas of practice include divorce, family law, accident and personal injury, criminal and traffic, business, municipal, employment, probate, and wills.
Floyd attended Saginaw Valley College (now Saginaw Valley State University), where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He then attended University of Detroit Law School, earning a Juris Doctorate Degree in 1978.
Floyd is a member of the American Bar Association, the Michigan Bar Association, and the Saginaw County Bar Association. He is also highly active in the Saginaw community. Among other things, he is the treasurer and a board member of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, and chairman of its By-Laws and Finance Committees. He is the secretary and a board member of the Saginaw Kiwanis Foundation, a member and past president of the Saginaw Kiwanis Club, and member and past president of the Historical Society of Saginaw County. He is also heavily involved in Camp Kiwanis, a youth camp near Frankenmuth. He has served on a Saginaw School District committee exploring consolidation of SASA and the SCC, and is a member of the Saginaw Bar Association Historical Committee.