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Ibold & O'Brien - Chardon, OH

401 South StreetVillage Station Chardon, OH 44024

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Updated: 05/27/2021

Chardon General Practice Law Firm

Overview

IBOLD & O’BRIEN was formed by the merger of the law practices of Jerry Petersen and Dennis J. Ibold, in 1980. Since then they have built Petersen & Ibold into one of the largest law firms in Geauga County. In addition, they have added a second office in Ashtabula County to better serve the needs of their growing client base...

About Ibold & O'Brien

Practice Areas

  • General Practice

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

401 South StreetVillage Station Chardon, OH 44024

Fax

  • 440-285-3363

Other Offices

Ibold & O'Brien 30 North Main Street Hubbard, OH 44425 440-437-5295

Ibold & O'Brien 43 North Maple St. Orwell, OH 44076 440-437-5295

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