Family legal matters are hard enough. You deserve straight answers about ending your marriage, how sharing your children really works, what you can expect financially, and how you can resolve serious issues confronting your family. That’s why I keep it simple and address your situation head-on. Every family has problems – don’t trust them to an average attorney.
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Avvo’s highest possible designation, attorney Tom Erb Jr provides a snapshot of his skill and insight into his extensive legal background.
As an Elite Lawyer, Thomas Erb Jr has demonstrated a high degree of skill and success in his divorce and family law career, and is active in the community.
“We always start by discouraging litigation and trying to compromise. But when the other side wants a fight, we will be ready.”
Recognized for his efficiency, compassion, and ability to protect his client’s interests, Thomas Erb Jr. is a superbly talented family lawyer you’ll be glad to have in your corner.
With wide-ranging legal experience in everything from criminal defense to civil litigation and appellate matters, Tom Erb honed his skills in domestic law and never turned back. He now uses his background and hard-fighting reputation to guide people through difficult chapters in their lives. His courtroom record and negotiation skills extend to the most complex and challenging high-asset and divorce cases, which set him apart from other family law firms in the area. When you need elite family law representation in Northeast Ohio, Thomas Erb Jr. should be the name that comes to mind.
When he is not in the office or courtroom, Tom enjoys traveling, cheering on the Buckeyes, and playing golf.
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Defense argues $1,600 theft case is civil, not criminal matter | The Gazette | Published on April 21, 2015