A Little About the Firm
The Allen Law Firm is a full-service law firm representing both individuals and business clients in Ohio and, for certain types of cases, throughout the United States. We represent clients in both litigation and transactional matters and practice in all state and federal courts. We focus our practice in the areas of Bankruptcy, Business Litigation, Estate Planning and Probate, Family Law, Immigration, Personal Injury, Tax Relief, and Traffic and DUI cases.
We have offices across southern Ohio and principally serve the counties of Warren, Butler, Hamilton, Clermont, Clinton, Adams, Jackson, Brown, Highland, Galia, Greene, Lawrence, Pike, Ross, Scioto, and Vinton.
Our main office is in Mason, Ohio from which we serve the Mason, West Chester, Lebanon, Dayton, Cincinnati, Wilmington, and Batavia areas.
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Services We Offer
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We offer clients nearly 20 years of experience counseling individuals and corporations in personal and business bankruptcies. We will guide you through each step of this complex process to help you make the best decisions for yourself and your family or business.
We partner with businesses to deliver legal advice on formation and business structure. We draft contracts for all types of businesses including real estate transactions, purchase contracts, intellectual property agreements, non-disclosure agreements, employment agreements, to name but a few. In those unfortunate situations when business deals do not work out, we provide full litigation services and support to file suit, bring the case to settlement or trial. Our clients range from small local proprietorships to multi-national corporations.
Good estate planning is an essential adjunct to good financial planning in order to maximize the returns to the beneficiaries while minimizing the tax consequences associated with bequeathing money and property. End of life considerations such as life sustaining treatment should also be dealt with before the need arises to save your loved ones from the stress of having to make these types of decisions.
At Allen Law Firm we understand that going through a divorce case, whether it was initiated by you or the other party is never easy and is always an emotionally difficult time in people’s lives. We will compassionately guide you through the entire process and tailor our representation to your unique needs. Whether your divorce is contested and complex or uncontested and amicable, we will help you achieve your goals with the minimum amount of emotional turmoil. We will make every effort to minimize negative aspects of the divorce proceedings, so you can concentrate on moving on with your life.
We can work out foreclosures. Often by the time clients contact us, they are behind on their mortgage payments and the banks have commenced or are threatening to commence foreclosure proceedings. We can stop foreclosure proceedings and help you keep your house.
Our firm has over 15 years of immigration experience that we bring to every case we receive. We handle all aspects of immigration—asylum, deportation and removal, employment based immigration, family based immigration, etc. We take immigration cases from all over the United States and the State of Ohio.
If you have suffered bodily injury as a result of another’s negligent, wrongful, or intentional act, we can assist you in recovering the full amount of your claim from the wrongdoer or his insurance company. We assist clients with these cases all across Ohio.
We assist clients in negotiating down taxes and working out repayment plans for taxes that are due or overdue. We work in conjunction with your accountants to resolve issues with local, state, and federal taxing authorities to avoid tax liens, levies, and seizures.
We handle traffic and DUI cases in all Courts in the following counties: Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Greene, and Warren Counties in Ohio. Results in each case will turn on the individual facts in the case, but generally we are able to work out plea bargains that are agreeable to our clients. If this is impossible, then the case will be set for trial.