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The attorneys at Critchfield, Critchfield and Johnston are here to provide you with specialized expertise to address your concerns, provide a course of action, and see that plan through to resolution. 

Our law offices serve the legal needs of businesses and individuals in Wooster, Millersburg, Medina, Mount Vernon, Ashland and surrounding areas in Northeast and North Central Ohio.

 

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Develop Course of Action

Your attorney will draft a clear plan for how you’ll proceed together to ensure you’re headed in the right direction.

See It Through

Navigate the course of action with the guidance of your attorney to achieve the best possible outcome.

 

We're conveniently located across Northeast Ohio to ensure you get the service and representation you deserve close to home. Choose the closest office to you below and our team will work with you to create a plan and walk you through each step.

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Recent News & Updates

  • Governor DeWine Extends and Expands Stay at Home Order Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday, April 2, that Ohio Department of Health Director, Dr. Amy Acton, would sign an Amended Stay at Home Order to extend through 11:59 p.m. on May 1. The amended Order, which is effective immediately after its predecessor’s expiration, is largely the same as the state's previous stay-at-home order but is slightly expanded. All individuals currently living within Ohio are still ordered to stay at home or their place of residence, except as allowed in the Order.  Leaving home for Essential Travel and Essential Activities as set forth in the Order is acceptable.    Only Essential Businesses continue to be permitted to stay open. The CISA Guidance on Essential Infrastructure Workers’ definition of which workers are essential changed on March 28, 2020.  View more