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.
She lives with her son, Joshua, 24, and dogs Cameron and Blue. 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 spend time with our family here in Ashtabula County.”
By Pamela D. Kurt, Esq., Kurt law Office, LLC
We all know this is an exciting time in the Cleveland region, a time full of big dreams and great potential. At the same time, the delivery of legal services is changing, and Kurt Law Office is changing as well.
To help businesses and individuals harvest their collective and individual potential at this unique time, Kurt Law Office, a woman-owned law practice in Lake County, has expanded the firm and added Practice Groups serving General Corporate and Small Business Services; Probate and Estate Planning; and; Real Estate/Construction Law.
Attorney Pamela Kurt, Owner and Principal at Kurt Law, described the change as an investment in the business community and people of Lake County.
“More and more I have seen how small businesses can reach their full potential by using skilled, affordable legal counsel and business services. One of our small business attorneys can be an invaluable partner who helps a small business owner harvest his/her profession and make their dreams become a reality.”
In addition to traditional legal services, a small business attorney can help minimize numerous business risks for small businesses through such services as general risk management, contract and document review, business planning, drafting legal and non-legal documents and, on the more personal side, creating a basic estate plan that protects the people and families that create, own, and operate the small business.
“We come to work every day committed to helping our small business clients build the life they dream of, protect what they have already built, and solve some of life’s more challenging problems. We consistently counsel our clients about how the legal system can, or cannot, help them harvest their potential and accomplish their goals,” said Kurt.
As a forward-thinking legal service firm, Kurt Law Office is committed to providing innovative, skilled professional legal services. Kurt Law Office is currently exploring expansion into several neighboring counties in the Northeast Ohio region.
Please call our office at (440) 516-1010 or 1-800-ATTORNEY for your consultation for your business evaluation and/or legal needs.
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.