Chardon Estate Planning Law Firm
Chardon, OH is the county seat of Geauga County, Ohio, with a population of just over 5,000. The city is just 35 minutes east of downtown Cleveland. Chardon is known as the epicenter of Ohio’s maple syrup industry as well as the center of Ohio’s snowbelt. The residents are proud of the notoriety the community receives for the average of over 105 inches of snow annually, and their ability to continue day-to-day activities in adverse weather conditions.
Chardon is seen as a small, typical, mid-west town promoting the best such a community can provide. It offers a safe environment, excellent schools, and superior city services, and in 2004 Chardon was rated Cleveland’s second-best suburb by Cleveland Magazine.
At Moseman Law Firm, we help clients understand and handle some of their most important legal matters, including bankruptcy, probate, estate planning, real estate, and startup counsel.
Legal issues are rarely simple or enjoyable, particularly when they relate to your finances, family, or business. We understand the significant amount of responsibility this places on us when working with you, and it’s our goal to make sure we handle your case with the expertise you expect and the care and attention you deserve.
We don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach; instead, we work with each client and legal circumstance with an open mind and a fresh approach.
If you have any questions about your situation, we’d be happy to meet with you to discuss your situation. Get in touch with us to get started.
Law Firm in Chardon, OH
The Bankruptcy Code was established by the United States Congress to offer people the ability to file for financial relief. The addition and removal of restrictions for filing for bankruptcy have changed through the years. Most recently, a change went into effect in October of 2005. These changes included the addition of education requirements for those who want to file for bankruptcy relief and income-based limits on filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are, of course, many considerations when deciding which chapter of bankruptcy relief to pursue, and an experienced lawyer can help you make that decision.
Managing the estate of a family member who has passed away can be a difficult and extremely emotional situation. That’s why it is so vital to get outside help from a legal expert that you can rely on to be fair and honest while guiding you through the probate process.
The ideal situation, of course, is creating an estate plan that covers precisely how you want your assets handled once you do pass away. It’s not something any of us want to think about, but it saves the stress and uncertainty that can come about when plans haven’t been put in place.
Few – if any – of our assets are as important as real estate. That said, the laws surrounding real estate property can be highly complex, and it’s important that you understand the options you have under the law.
Whether you’re dealing with a landlord-tenant dispute, a purchase agreement, or other real estate matter, we have the experience and expertise you need on your side to keep your best interests in focus.
Statistics tell us that the majority of startups will fail. But there are some common reasons for that, one of which being that too many new business owners try to do everything themselves without the help and support they need.
That’s why we love working with new business owners to help them manage the legal details so they can focus on building a successful business.
Things to Do in Chardon
Chardon is home to the Geauga Country Maple Festival which is always the last full weekend in April. You can sample various maple syrups and enjoy an auction for the painted sap bucket and the “doubles bell.”
The Chardon Square Association is a volunteer organization of local community members and businesses dedicated to preserving the history and aiding the development of Chardon Square. The farmer’s market is held every Saturday, June through August from 9 AM to 1 PM on Short Court Street in Chardon Square.
The annual Chardon Square Flea Market is held in June. There are over 100 vendors selling various items.
Chardon is celebrating 40 years of Art on Chardon Square with the annual Arts Festival. The show is free to attend and hosts over 100 local and out-of-state artists. Several restaurants will be open on the Square during the festival, as well as food vendors.
Where to Stay When Visiting Chardon
If you are planning a wedding reception or a company retreat, the Punderson Manor Resort and Conference Center would be the place for you. It is complete with a full-service restaurant, guest rooms in the mansion, cottages, and full-service camping. There will be something for everyone with swimming, boating, an 18-hole golf course, and miles of trails.
The Farm House with 4 bedrooms sits on 100 acres and is available for rent all year long. This fully equipped house includes a barn, plenty of wildlife and woodlands. There is room for 10 guests and is only 35 miles east of Cleveland. The property also offers RV parking.
Where to Eat When Visiting Chardon
Square Bistro – This neighborhood bistro features creative, fresh, and unique cuisine using locally sourced ingredients when available. You and your family will enjoy the quaint and casual setting.
Element 41 – This fresh and modern venue on Chardon’s historic square will be an experience you won’t soon forget. Chef Paul Mendolera uses locally sourced food and creates seasonal comfort food creations with a rustic and innovative twist.
Get in Touch with Us Today
Whichever of these legal situations you’re dealing with, we’re here to help you through it. If you have questions about your situation or are ready to move forward with your case, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.
Moseman Law Office
Moseman Law Office is a full-service legal firm located in Mentor, Ohio, serving nearby counties, and providing personalized legal solutions to its clients.
Moseman Law Office
8500 Station St., Ste 210
Mentor, OH 44060
Phone: (440) 255-0832