Everyone is back in the office working, but we are taking necessary precautions to keep everyone safe. When visiting our office, you will find the following:

  1. Hand sanitizer, disposable face masks, and disinfectant wipes are available for your use.
  2. Every visitor MUST wear a face mask while inside the office without exception.
  3. Your temperature will be taken with a touchless thermometer, and if you have a fever or demonstrate other symptoms of COVID-19, we will ask you to reschedule at least 2 weeks out.
  4. Every attorney and staff person will wear a face mask when meeting with you.
  5. Social Distancing by at least 6 feet will be observed during all meetings.

We have the ability to do a Zoom meeting with you to discuss your situation through videoconferencing. If you would prefer this type of meeting, please let us know, and a videoconference will be set up.

We are client friendly. We are not COVID-19 friendly. Please expect us to enforce these rules.

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Our attorneys draw upon their diverse backgrounds to provide strategic and creative solutions to complex legal problems. Our diversity includes backgrounds in engineering and business to political science, education, mathematics, insurance and journalism. As trial lawyers, we have nearly 100 years of combined legal experience. We thoroughly analyze each and every detail to craft solid legal strategies that are aimed at results - while remaining well-grounded in the law. Our attention to detail has helped not only to achieve results, but also to shape and define the law. 

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The Need for Income Averaging after COVID-19

Income averaging was a tax break that assisted people with large income deviations up until 1986.  After the 1986 Tax Reform Act, income averaging was eliminated for everyone except fishermen and farmers.  In the shadow of a wrecked economy and record unemployment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, I encourage everyone to reach out to their Senators and Representatives and ask that income averaging be reinstated to assist those people and businesses suffering income losses for tax year 2020.

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How Do I Evict a Tenant in Ohio?

If you have come to the point where you need to evict a residential tenant from a property you own there are very specific steps that you need followed under Ohio law. There are two primary reasons our clients decide to evict a tenant: 1) Failure to pay the rent, or...

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