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Whether it’s a divorce, custody dispute, or another family issue, we'll find the clearest, most cost-effective path and relentlessly pursue your goals.

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Our attorneys set a high bar and hate when other lawyers drag their feet. We keep clients informed, involved, and strive for quick results.

Your Best Interests Come First

We know what you deserve and how to get it. With a winning record in high-asset and complex domestic law cases, if you can do better, we'll say so.

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Tom was absolutely amazing through the whole process...

At the end of the case, I got everything I could have asked for, and much more! If I need any more legal help, I will for sure be back!"

Northeast Ohio's Premier Family Law Firm

Family legal matters are hard enough. Your lawyer should know where you're coming from and what it will take to resolve things when facing the end of a marriage, a contentious custody battle, or the prospect of dividing your property. That's where Erb Legal comes in. We understand what's important, and while we pursue every amicable avenue possible, our team is never shy about our ability to fight for your family. With an impressive reputation and record to back it up, our award-winning family attorneys handle the cases other family law firms are intimidated by and leave no stone unearthed in how we protect you.

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Custody Decision Reversed on Appeal

Erb Legal assisted a mother in a complex child custody case involving co-parents, stepparents, multiple jurisdictions, and allegations of abuse. In this case, the Court of Common Pleas issued a default judgment against the mother and awarded damages. Believing the decision to be incorrect, attorney Thomas Erb, Jr. argued that the default judgment and the resulting orders were invalid. The Court of Appeals sided with Erb and the mother's argument, reversing the previous decision.