Practice Areas

Canton Ohio Probate Attorney

Probate is generally thought of as the process of transferring assets of the deceased to their heirs under court supervision. If the decedent died testate (meaning with a will), the heirs are those named in the will. If the decedent died intestate (meaning without a will), then the heirs are those spelled out by the Ohio Revised Code and typically include the spouse or spouse and children. In Ohio, the probate court also has jurisdiction over guardianships and trusts.

Contact Fry Law, LLC today to see how we can help you with:

  1. Probate administration
  2. Trust administration
  3. Guardianships
  4. Power of Attorney disputes


Canton Ohio Real Estate Attorney

Real estate transactions are often the largest type of transaction an individual or company will undertake. Understanding and avoiding the common problems and pitfalls associated with real estate transactions can make all the difference. At Fry Law, LLC we have the experience necessary to guide you through your real estate transactions.

Contact us today to see how we can help you with:

  1. Deeds
  2. Purchase and Sale Agreements
  3. Land Contracts
  4. Notes and Mortgages
  5. Landlord Representation
  6. Leases
  7. Real Estate Disputes
  8. Foreclosures


Canton Ohio Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning is not just for the super wealthy trying to avoid estate taxes. In fact, for the ordinary person, estate planning is much more about providing for minor children in the event of a tragic accident or making sure a spouse or loved one can appropriately care for you if you are mentally or physically incapacitated. Through basic documents such as a will, power of attorney, living will, and healthcare power of attorney, you can be assured that your desires are carried out and your loved ones are protected. Because your needs change with each phase of life so should your plan.

Contact Fry Law, LLC today to see how we can help you with:

  1. Wills
  2. Powers of Attorney
  3. Living Wills
  4. Trusts


Canton Ohio Land Use and Zoning Attorney

From zoning ordinances to private easements and from the neighborhood homeowner association to the nuisance neighbor next door, there is no shortage of regulations impacting your property. Understanding your rights and your obligations regarding owning and protecting real property can make all the difference.

With years of experience on both the government and private side of regulation, contact Fry Law, LLC today to see how we can help you with:

  1. Development entitlements
  2. Variances
  3. Conditional use permits
  4. Non-conforming uses
  5. Zone changes