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James J. Pardi II, Attorney at Law - Worthington, OH

400 West Wilson Bridge Road Suite 260 Worthington, OH 43085

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Updated: 03/31/2021

Worthington Family Law Firm

Overview

From his law office in Columbus, Ohio, James J. Pardi II, Attorney at Law, provides exceptional representation to those going through divorce, dissolution, child custody dispute related matters or who have some other serious domestic relations issue they need to address.

Serving clients throughout Franklin County and the greater Columbus metro region, Mr. Pardi has practiced law since 1992 and limits his practice to domestic relations and juvenile representation. During that time, he has helped ...

About James J. Pardi II, Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Custody & Visitation

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400 West Wilson Bridge Road Suite 260 Worthington, OH 43085

Fax

  • 614-221-2575

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