Mesopotamia, Ohio Lawyers
I use two skills many lawyers who practice in the areas of estate planning, small business and probate have lost or do not use: careful listening, and careful, custom document drafting. I listen carefully to what my clients tell me, and i produce work that makes sense and accurately reflects client's intent.
Scott is lead-counsel who is responsible for all aspects of representing injured individuals in automobile accident, premises-liability, medical and dental malpractice, § 1983, and other personal injury claims; advising, counseling, and representing small businesses in formation, transactions, and litigation; advocating for mothers and fathers in custody disputes and protecting the interests of wives and husbands in domestic relations matters; and defending individuals charged with criminal offense in state and municipal courts.
Upon graduation from law school Attorney Robert Safos returned to Warren Ohio and set up his own law practice. He was fortunate to have the tutelage of then Bankruptcy Magistrate, Joseph T. Molitoris. When the bankruptcy laws were overhauled in 1978 Attorney Safos was appointed to be one of four on the permanent panel of Trustee in the bankruptcy court located in Youngstown Ohio. Subsequent to Judge Moiitoris, he continued to serve as Trustee administering chapter 7 bankruptcies under Judge Harold F. White of the bankruptcy court, in Akron, and Judge James H. Williams...
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