Jason Rebraca maintains a general civil practice and a smaller criminal practice. His primary emphasis is litigation, typically in the contractual and real estate context, but frequently in the probate area. He is also well-versed in consumer protection laws, landowners’ rights, and Second Amendment issues. He is very active in the Nathaniel R....Read More
Joe Durbin has lived in Northeast Ohio his entire life, he grew up in Canfield, went on to the University of Akron College of business, then the University of Akron School of Law, and finally brought himself back to Canfield eager to serve the community he was raised in. With a focus on civil matters, Joe’s primary area of practice is in estate...Read More
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