Testimonials and reviews come from hard work and know-how. In looking at testimonials, one should look for signs that the attorney will fight for you and will take the time to do some of the little things that may need done in the case.
Daniel Gigiano is an attorney who cares about getting justice for his clients, as well as looking out for their well-being. This culture of going the extra mile had its roots back in the days when he was an assistant prosecutor. While working in the juvenile division, word got around that Attorney Gigiano not only ran a tight ship and was a bulldog in the courtroom, but he also took the extra time with the people involved in the cases, as well as opposing counsel. Word traveled quickly, as the people involved and his peers spoke highly of his work. Attorney Gigiano was promoted to supervisor where he managed a large caseload. He continued to receive compliments for his willingness to give his time to people and ensure justice. (more…)
Positive reviews come from positive results. In reviewing an attorney, one should look for client reviews, peer reviews (reviews from other attorneys), results (in an accomplishments or case highlights section), and experience. At the end of the day, it is important to have an attorney who has the skills to help you get the results you deserve. Clients and opposing attorneys have submitted favorable Daniel Gigiano reviews. This comes from hard work and dedication to my client’s cases. I started off prosecuting dozens of jury trials as an assistant prosecutor. I took that experience into private practice, winning the first criminal defense case that I took to a jury trial in 2000. It was an assault case that not only resulted in a not guilty verdict, but the victim was established as the instigator of the entire incident. I continued to be aggressive, winning a DUI case in 2002, a felony drug case in 2002, forcing the State of Ohio to dismiss over 100 felony counts against my client in 2003, winning a felony theft of a motor vehicle case in 2007, obtaining a dismissal of a DUI case in 2007, winning a sexual imposition case in 2011, and winning an assault case in 2015. These are not the only cases I tried, as I have tried approximately 40 jury trials to a verdict as both an assistant prosecutor and in private practice. I also persuaded the Ninth District Court of Appeals to reverse a permanent custody ruling against my client, creating a new rule for the courts to follow in a case commonly referred to as In Re A.P. II. This new rule won the day for my client who was allowed to reunite with the child. I have also helped other people in children services cases, obtaining a dismissal in 2012, and preventing a children services case and criminal charges from being filed in 2014. Add to this the removal of six figures of mortgages while allowing the clients to keep their home in bankruptcy, as well as handling large bankruptcies, including one business bankruptcy that had over one million dollars in debt. (more…)
This article will discuss property division in divorce. What is property? Property can be real property, otherwise known as real estate. Property can also be personal property, which includes cash, financial and retirement accounts, vehicles, and household goods.
Under Ohio Revised Code 3105.171 (R.C. 3105.171
), there are nine factors that govern only the division of property: (more…)
A Medina County Felony Trial Attorney is an aggressive advocate who fights for the rights of people who are accused of major crimes. This type of attorney has taken several cases to trial and has multiple victories as a result. These victories are not just pretrial victories, but involve putting it all on the line, picking a jury and being willing to allow that jury to decide the fate of the accused. This type of attorney is the only type of attorney that can achieve a real victory in some cases. Sometimes, the prosecutor does not offer a deal, but simply states that the accused can plead to the indictment and take their chances in front of the judge while the prosecutor asks for a lengthy sentence. However, an experienced criminal trial attorney can muster the respect needed to get some kind of deal, even in the toughest situations. Only the experienced felony trial attorney can potentially get some of the charges eliminated by the very real threat of taking the matter to trial, not to win, but to simply eliminate the offenses that the prosecutor cannot prove. Only the experienced felony trial attorney can convince the prosecutor that the State of Ohio could potentially lose so much credibility in losing on some counts, that the remainder of the counts could be in jeopardy at trial. Finally, the felony trial attorney can simply take the case to trial. (more…)
A Massillon bankruptcy attorney represents individuals in need of a fresh start in the Northern District of Ohio Bankruptcy Court
, Canton Division. This bankruptcy court is a federal court that serves a large number of Ohio counties, including but not limited to: Wayne County, Stark County, Holmes County, and Ashland County. Chapter 7 bankruptcy hearings and Chapter 13 bankruptcy hearings take place in the room located on the first door to your left in the Ralph Regula Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Canton, Ohio. The Chapter 13 trustee
holds a mandatory informational class just prior to the hearing. This is not the mandatory financial management class, but is simply a class to educate Debtors on the Chapter 13 process. (more…)