Over 40 years experience in Lake,
Ashtabula, Geauga, and Cuyahoga counties.
Mr. Koerner is admitted to practice before the Ohio Supreme Court and the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio. He is a member of the Lake County and Ohio State Bar Associations. For more than 10 years, Mr. Koerner served as Bar Counsel for the Lake County Bar Association. He is an acting judge for the Mentor Municipal Court, and a part-time Magistrate for the Painesville Municipal Court.
He has served as president of the Lake County Bar Association; Chairman of the Lake County Bar Foundation, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Crossroads – Lake County Adolescent Counseling Center. Mr. Koerner has been a resident of Lake County, Ohio since 1976.
Mr. Koerner has a strong focus on family law issues, including divorce, dissolution, child/spousal support, visitation, grandparent rights, paternity, and domestic violence. He has practiced domestic and family law for approximately 40 years, and recognizes that these matters are often extremely emotional and traumatic. He works with his clients to resolve their matter, either through litigation or settlement, with the least possible amount of frustration to the client.
Mr. Koerner represents both landlords and tenants in eviction matters in Lake, Ashtabula, and Geauga Counties.
Mr. Koerner defends clients in traffic-related issues, including but not limited to OVI/DUI, driving while under suspension, and criminal matters involving both misdemeanor and felony charges.
Mr. Koerner prepares Wills, Advanced Directives (Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney) and Durable Powers of Attorney. He has prepared hundreds of Wills/Powers of Attorney for his clients over his 40 years of practice and takes special care to make sure that these documents accurately reflect what the client wants to accomplish.
Mr. Koerner has experience with adoption proceedings and name change proceedings in the Probate Courts of Lake, Geauga, and Ashtabula Counties.
Mr. Koerner handles all matters dealt with in juvenile court, including but not limited to custody, visitation, support, grandparent rights, establishing paternity, dealing with delinquency charges and abuse, neglect, and/or dependency issues.
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