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Herrnstein Law is sensitive to the fact that hiring an attorney is often uncharted territory. We pride ourselves on making the process as easy for our clients as possible. Rest assured, we treat each case with the same attention and care as we would expect if we were in our clients' position.
At Herrnstein Law, we understand that hiring an attorney is often an unwanted expense for our clients. As such, we provide our client's with a free 30-minute consultation during which we discuss the legal issues you are facing, and what steps we would take, prior to you making any financial commitment.
From the very first meeting, we provide our clients with a thorough analysis of their potential legal issues and take the time to tailor a legal strategy based on their specific needs and desires. Additionally, we make sure to keep our clients in the loop throughout the entire process, so they are comfortable every step of the way.
I have known John and Chad for several years. They are both very knowledgeable in a variety of legal areas. In addition, they are both genuinely nice individuals who will take the time to listen and understand your concerns. For example, John recently helped me resolve a landlord tenant dispute. John appreciated my concerns of wanting to quickly and efficiently resolve the dispute. After listening to my concerns, John recommended a strategy that quickly resolved the issue.
Attorney John M. Herrnstein has been a practicing attorney for over thirty- five (35) years. He began his career at Hoover, Heydorn & Herrnstein, Co. LPA – a Cuyahoga Falls Law Firm – in1984. Attorney John M. Herrnstein was a partner there for over 35 years until leaving in 2019. In 2019, John founded Herrnstein Law, LLC, where he practices with his son, a fellow attorney, Chad Hoover Herrnstein. Herrnstein Law practices primarily in Summit County, Stark County, Portage County, and Medina County. However, we have frequently represented clients in numerous other counties throughout Ohio.