Providing The Advice & Guidance You & Your
Family Need To Make Informed Decisions
Providing The Advice & Guidance You & Your Family Need To Make Informed Decisions
At Kroener Hale Law Firm, people come first. We are committed to helping individuals and families address their legal issues and move on with their lives.
Helping You And Your Family Overcome Legal Challenges
Whether you and your family are facing a divorce, military divorce, death of a loved one or criminal arrest, the attorneys at Kroener Hale Law Firm are here to help. As a family-owned law firm, we understand the tremendous amount of stress, emotional pain and financial hardship that individuals and families in Ohio experience when legal issues aren’t properly or adequately addressed.
That’s why we take the time to listen to your concerns, to answer your questions and to talk through possible strategies and solutions. Our goal is to find resolutions that meet your specific needs and that allow you to move forward. Call 513-716-5940 to talk to a lawyer. For your convenience we have offices in Cincinnati, Batavia and West Chester, Ohio.
A Family-Owned Law Firm Committed To
Serving Your Family’s Needs
Explaining Your Options, Showing You The Road Ahead
At Kroener Hale Law Firm, we know firsthand the significant impact that events like a divorce, child custody dispute, DUI arrest or probate issue can have on a family. We also know that the decisions you make when faced with these types of difficult situations can have far-reaching and often unforeseen consequences.
By taking a personalized approach and working together with clients, we discover strategies that minimize risk and harm and promote our clients’ best interests.
Batavia Divorce Legal Blog
When someone brings their marriage to an end, a wide variety of hardships often arise. Aside from the financial toll of divorce (property division, alimony, etc.) as well as the amount of time and energy people often devote to the process of ending their marriage,...
Ideally, an Ohio probate court will appoint the executor to handle the estate of your loved one without delay. A court will do this by granting letters testamentary to the executor of the estate, or letters of administration if a person has died intestate. But...