Pamela D. Kurt, Esq
A Harbor High School graduate, she received her associate degree at Lakeland Community College and continued her education at Cleveland State University, receiving her bachelor degree, magna cum laude, in Urban Studies Management in 2000.
Kurt graduated from Cleveland-Marshall, Cleveland State College of Law, in the dual degree program. She received both her Master’s in Public Administration and her Juris Doctorate in December of 2003.
She is a member of the Lakeland Hall of Fame and National Association of Professional Women and was named “Woman of the Year.”
Kurt also is an adjunct faculty member at Bryant and Stratton College in Cleveland teaching classes in the paralegal, criminal justice and business programs.
One of Kurt’s passions is volunteering. She’s already joined the local Chambers of Commerce and will begin attending Rotary Club meetings.
“I am involved in several nonprofits in Lake County and would be honored to join more in Ashtabula County,” she said.
She lives with her son, Joshua, 24, and dog Cameron. Joshua is a local movie producer, in radio sales and a student.
“He’s just as busy,” she said. “We don’t get to spend a lot of time together but we do like to vacation together and spending time with our family here in Ashtabula County.”
A New Beginning … doesn’t mean you have to start over
By Pamela D. Kurt, Esq., Kurt law Office, LLC
A new year is like the next chapter in your life. It is a blank page and the pen is in your hands.
You are the author of your life. Ultimately, you get to write about whatever you want. That’s the beauty of life. There is always a new beginning. But that does not mean you need to start over. You just pick up from where you are and begin again…
At the start the new year, the one thing most people have in common is RESOLUTIONS. They want to make changes and decide what actions they need take.
We all have challenges, and when those challenges involve the law—you want expert advice. Whatever it is that you want to change, you start by getting the best counsel to guide you through the legal matters and avoid the consequences of uninformed decisions.
In looking over the last year, it has been a pleasure to assist so many families during their most trying and difficult times.
Here’s how we can help:
From divorce, custody, to support issues, we can get your affairs in order. We offer more services. Do you want to modify and update child support orders? Do you have questions and issues about elder law? Whatever your issue is, call us and let’s talk.
From a simple will to Medicaid planning, we can get your estate in order. Take advantage of our experienced estate planning attorney. Do you have unresolved probate and/or guardianship matters? Do you need direction with a nursing home matter? Maybe an estate planning update. It’s just like the old saying, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”
From bankruptcy, foreclosure, to landlord tenant, you need to know your rights to make the best decision.
From start up to succession planning, get acquainted with and understand the laws that pertain to your small business.
From traffic tickets to felony level matters, know your rights, your options, and your best course of action.
Do you need to review and improve your financial situation? Do you need help with your credit card debt from the holidays. Contact us to discuss your options to get your finances in order.
Whatever your situation, we can help. Call us! We offer full service for you and your family, and a staff of professional dedicated attorneys committed to meet your goals and needs. Never hesitate to contact our office at any time to immediately speak with one of our attorneys on your private matter knowing everything remains strictly confidential.
Kurt Law Office wants to be your family’s first choice for legal representation.
Let us help you to change and improve your life, to write your beautiful story because you deserve the best!
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a blessed and prosperous New Year. Your family’s law firm.
We offer a free consultation.
Call us today at (440) 516-1010 Lake County or (440) 279-0660 Geauga County or (440) 536-4530 Ashtabula County.