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Recent News and Updates

CCJ Welcomes New Attorney, Monica E. Russell

October 31, 2016

Russell, who will focus her practice on matters relating to real estate, is a Certified Specialist in Residential Real Property Law by the Ohio State Bar Association.

Susan E. Baker Appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board

October 19, 2016

Susan E. Baker, a member at Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd, has been appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board for a four year term.

SHOULD I ADD ONE OF MY CHILDREN TO MY BANK ACCOUNT?

By Ann Salek   |  October 17, 2016

If your intention is to give someone access to your accounts so that you have someone to help you with your finances in the event you are unable to independently handle your own finances, you can accomplish that goal through a Power of Attorney.

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