Attorney Weisenburger founded the firm in 2000 based on his expertise in criminal defense and DUI, hence the name of this website “ohiocrimelawyer.” He later hired associates to expand in other areas of the law, family law first and then estate planning.
Our firm is dedicated to serving the residents of Ohio with effective legal representation on criminal, DUI, family law, estate planning and elder law matters. Learn more about how we can help you below.
With offices in Ravenna and Stow, our firm primarily services clients in Portage and Summit Counties. We help clients in other courts upon examination of every case individually.
We Work With An Eye Towards Winning
Criminal Defense and DUI Cases
In a criminal or DUI case, our Akron DUI attorneys’ first goal is to explore the possibility of getting the DUI charges dismissed. If that isn’t feasible, the next goal is to get you the best possible resolution to minimize the consequences and the penalties. Then it is your decision whether to resolve the case through negotiation or have your attorney forcefully battle it out in a trial. Whether your case needs to be handled in Portage or Summit County courts, we are here to help you get the best possible outcome.
Family Law - Divorce - Custody - Child Support
In a family law case such as divorce, dissolution, alimony, child custody or child support, our divorce attorneys to determine how to best deal with your opponent and come up with a solution that will protect you and provide you with long-term benefits. We will represent you expertly throughout all stages of your case, protecting your interests during tough negotiations or in a trial.
Probate & Estate Planning - Wills and Trusts - Elder Law
Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Probate require more than knowledge from your attorney. It requires a personalized approach to help you get your assets and property in order and give you the peace of mind you are looking for. If necessary, your attorney will develop a powerful strategy to address inheritance-related disputes that deal with a wide variety of issues that require litigation.
A special trust is required to prevent a nursing home from ceasing your assets upon entering its facility. These trusts must preferably be created five years ahead of time.