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Problem Solvers

Solving problems is at the heart of everything we do. Addressing your challenges and providing solutions within the context of Ohio law is what we do best. For more than 30 years, our law firm has practiced law with a specific focus on the unique issues that face condo and homeowner associations, landlords and tenants, as well as property owners, builders and lenders in regard to common interest developments.

When you view us as problem solvers and partners in your process, we can often mitigate potential concerns before they escalate into costly legal issues.

We invite you to meet our legal team, benefit from our insights, and start a conversation with us.

How can we help you?

Trusted Counsel

Insights are most valuable when they come from people you trust. It’s why clients continue to turn to us with their condo, HOA, real estate and other legal challenges.

We have served the legal needs of the central Ohio community and have grown alongside this vibrant region for more than three decades, growing hand-in-hand with a vibrant region. Our growth and success is direct outcome of putting people first, as the majority of our growth comes from referrals who know and trust our work. Adhering to our key principles and transparent approach to legal counsel has served us well – and we believe it also works for every client we have the privilege of serving.

Get to know our team and then request a consultation.

Trusted Counsel

Legal Insights

We provide ongoing perspectives through our Insights Blog  and coordinate free quarterly events that address timely and pressing issues relevant to Condo/HOA boards and property managers. Experiencing an issue where you need legal insight? Search our blog or Connect with us.

Insights Blog

Board Elections May Be Challenged

When a Board Member Challenges an Election, Board Stability Is Shaken
Most boards operate for years holding annual elections and seating new members without much trouble. Then, out of the blue a rowdy member challenges an election. Two members are competing for the same position and board stability is shaken.
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House Bill 20 – Solar Panels on Your Roof

On February 12, 2019, House Bill 20 was introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives which if passed would allow individual condominium unit owners and homeowners in an HOA to install solar panels on the roof or exterior walls of the building or home. Read More...

Legal Insights Quarterly

Once per quarter, we provide a free, information-rich seminar that address common problems facing condominium and homeowner association boards. Miss the last one? Sign up below to receive an invite to our next event.

Here is a glimpse at our last quarterly seminar where attorney Robin Strohm discusses how to craft a pet policy for condominium associations.


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