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Citizens File Complaint to Remove Dennard From Office

February 27, 2020

Attorney Curt C. Hartman, of counsel with Finney Law Firm, has filed a complaint in the Hamilton County Probate Court to remove Cincinnati Councilmember Tamaya Dennard from office pursuant to R.C. 733.72-76. A copy of the Complaint is below or available here. The Complaint was filed on behalf of Mark Miller and four other Cincinnati … Continue reading Citizens File Complaint to Remove Dennard From Office

By: Brian C. Shrive

Ohio Real Estate Law: LLC Membership interest transfers take hit at Ohio Supreme Court

February 8, 2020

As we have written about previously, real estate transfers involving the sale of a limited liability company or other entity that owns the underlying real estate are under increasing scrutiny by Ohio’s county auditors and school boards. Now, Ohio’s Supreme Court has declared that these sales are “a contrivance for accomplishing the sale of commercial … Continue reading Ohio Real Estate Law: LLC Membership interest transfers take hit at Ohio Supreme Court

By: Brian C. Shrive

Cincinnati Council enacts sweeping residential rental regulations

February 8, 2020

In the past few months, Cincinnati City Council has passed new laws regulating residential landlord/tenant relationships, including requiring all landlords to file extensive rental registration forms with the City and a first of its kind law requiring landlords to accept alternative security deposit payments. These new laws change the dynamic and financial viability of residential … Continue reading Cincinnati Council enacts sweeping residential rental regulations

By: Brian C. Shrive

Finney Law Firm News: Jane Schulte joins Finney Law Firm and Ivy Pointe Title as Business Manager

February 8, 2020

We are pleased to announce the addition of Jane Schulte as the new Business Manager for both Finney Law Firm and Ivy Pointe Title, targeting strategic growth and service improvement for both firms. Jane is an experienced law firm and title company administrator, previously growing an Ohio-based law firm by expanding it into the states of Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan … Continue reading Finney Law Firm News: Jane Schulte joins Finney Law Firm and Ivy Pointe Title as Business Manager

By: Christopher P. Finney

Ohio Tax Law: Ohio Legislature Taking Up LLC Transfer Tax

February 1, 2020

As reported by Eye on Ohio,  State Representatives Doug Green (R. 66th House District), and Mike Skindell (D. 13th House District), have put forth Ohio House Bill 449 in late December, seeking to capture conveyance taxes when entities owning real estate, are sold. Read the bill and follow its status here. What is a “Drop … Continue reading Ohio Tax Law: Ohio Legislature Taking Up LLC Transfer Tax

By: Brian C. Shrive

Finney Law Firm and Dusty Rhodes to Present on Property Valuation

January 23, 2020

Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes and Finney Law Firm attorneys Chris Finney and Brian Shrive will present on Property Tax Reduction at the Greater Cincinnati Real Estate Investors Association (REIA) meeting on February 6, 2020, at the Holiday Inn North, 5800 Mulhauser Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069. Directions here. The meeting begins with dinner at … Continue reading Finney Law Firm and Dusty Rhodes to Present on Property Valuation

By: Brian C. Shrive

Constitutional Law: Attorney Curt C. Hartman featured in Washington Times on impeachment issues

January 22, 2020

OK, this does not happen every day. Yesterday the views of attorney Curt C. Hartman, of counsel to Finney Law Firm, were featured in the pages of the Washington Post on the impeachment proceedings underway in the United States Senate. You may read the article here. Curt Hartman helps lead the Finney Law Firm public … Continue reading Constitutional Law: Attorney Curt C. Hartman featured in Washington Times on impeachment issues

By: Christopher P. Finney

Ohio Probate Administration: Successfully enforcing the rights of a surviving spouse

January 22, 2020

Finney Law Firm prevails in “Mansion House case” through Ohio Supreme Court Recently, our firm had a probate decision make its way all the way up to the Ohio Supreme Court as part of joint effort by Attorneys Isaac T. Heintz of our transactional team and Casey A. Taylor of our litigation team. While the … Continue reading Ohio Probate Administration: Successfully enforcing the rights of a surviving spouse

By: Casey A. Taylor