Ohio Local Government Lawyer
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Just as a client might interact with state or federal government on policy or personal interest, likewise local county and city government also affect our clients’ interests through legislation and implementation of local resolutions and ordinances.
Property tax, building codes and variances, tax-increment financing, and local licensure are examples of local legal practice where our firm offers experience with Ohio local government.
About Ohio Local Government
We provide a variety of legal services related to local governments, such as before local zoning authorities in construction, or before the local Board of Revision involving property taxes. We represent individuals and businesses who have local government needs.
We also represent local government officials in working with the state legislature or agencies, or in court. Our attorneys provide government relations representation to local governments when they seek to interact with government bodies.
Contact Graff & McGovern today at 614-228-5800, or use our online form, to schedule an appointment about your legal needs related to local government.
How an Ohio Local Government Lawyer Can Help
We represent clients before local agencies for processing their interests, such as seeking development grants or negotiating terms under county resolutions or city ordinances.
We represent land owners before county Boards of Revision on property tax disputes.
We communicate with government trade associations for policy development, including the County Commissioners’ Association of Ohio and the Ohio Municipal League.
Contact Graff & McGovern Today
Our firm is in Columbus, Ohio’s state capital, and offers clients access to government to accomplish their goals. Three of our attorneys are certified as Administrative Agency Law Specialists by the Ohio State Bar Association. This certification currently is held by only eight attorneys in the state.
Contact Graff & McGovern at 614-228-5800, or use our online form, to speak to a legislative lawyer attorney today.