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RODRIGUEZ & PORTER, Ltd.
- Criminal Law
- Consumer Law
- Appeals & Appellate
- Juvenile Law
- Immigration Law
- Family Law
Not all types of cases receive a free consultation - Be sure to ask when you call
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Rates can be hourly, monthly, flat fee, or contingent
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Butler County Bar Association
- - Current
- Ohio State Bar Association
- - Current
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9 Questions Answered
- Q. If a property has been under contract for over two months can another party make an offer on the same property
- A: Anyone can always make an offer, and the seller could even accept their offer while yours is pending. However, if all the conditions of the contract have been fulfilled, or in a house/condo sale, are in the process of being fulfilled, then the seller would likely be liable to you for money damages if he sold it to someone else. Some courts may, if they find the contract valid and that the seller breached it, enforce the contract and force the seller to sell it to you - this remedy is much rarer though.
- Q. Im a convicted felon from 2000, since then I havent been in any trouble, is there a way i can get it of my record
- A: Yes. Ohio has a very broad expungement statute. Depending upon the dates you finished your sentence and the degree of crime it is, you may be eligible to have the crime expunged.
- Q. A tow truck company came in towed my truck from my driveway without my permission
- A: It was probably repossessed then. Call the tow truck company and find out why they towed it. If you owed money to someone for the truck, and you fell behind on payments, then they have the right to come and take the truck back. If you are current on all your payments, then find an attorney because either the tow truck company or the lien holder is liable for certain torts, i.e., conversion, wrongful repossession, etc.
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