Dagger Law Practice Areas

Over the years, Dagger Law has adapted to the changing needs of its clients and their community.

We accomplished this by increasing the number of services we offer, adding support staff, and increasing the number of offices for our firm. Our growth has helped us gradually shift from a local law firm to a regionally recognized and admired practice. With clients ranging from residents around Central Ohio to national corporations, we provide experienced legal counsel in most areas of the law.

Examples of our service offerings include:

Acquisitions, Agricultural, Adoption, Banking, Bankruptcy, Business, Civil Litigation, Child Custody, Child support, Commercial, Contract Disputes, Criminal Defense, Divestitures, Divorce and Dissolution, Eminent Domain, Employment, Estate Planning, Family Law, Grandparent custody, Incorporation, Insurance Claims, Juvenile Defense, Labor Negotiations, Medical Malpractice, Oil and Gas, OVI, Personal Injury, Probate, Product Liability, Real Estate, Retirement Plans, Tax, Traffic Defense, Visitation plans and Parenting Time, Wills and Trusts, Workers Compensation, Wrongful Death, and more.

Click on the photos below to learn more about some of our more popular services and the experienced professionals at Dagger Law who practice in these areas of law.

Family Law

Probate

Litigation

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

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Business Law

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

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Agricultural Law

Agricultural Law

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Banking Law

Oil & Gas

Taxation Laws

OVI & Traffic Defense

OVI & Traffic Defense

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* The list above is not intended to be comprehensive, nor does it imply attorney availability. This list of services serves as a common starting point for potential clients. We hope this assists visitors with understanding distinctions between practice areas and accomplish a basic level of research. Dagger Law may decline representation outright or provide a trusted referral based on attorney availability or conflicts of interest.