Ronald J. Mayle


Ronald J. Mayle
rmayle@mayleraymayle.com

Education:
University of Akron School of Law, J.D.
University of Detroit, B.S.

Ron is the former law director for the City of Fremont and former Sandusky County Prosecutor where he represented the city and county in criminal civil, and administrative matters. This experience greatly benefits the firm and its clients. Ron has broad understanding of municipal and administrative law and government agencies. Ron’s current practice areas include litigation, real estate, zoning, estate planning, probate, contracts, business law, and election law.

Ron regularly represents contractors and builders in Northwest Ohio. He represents condominium developers and advises homeowner associations in a variety of matters. He has broad experience representing his clients in administrative matters before local government agencies and in court. He has also handled hundreds of residential real estate transactions and also has significant experience in commercial real estate matters. He also often represents property owners in residential and commercial evictions.

Ron regularly advises clients on business entity formation and works with other professionals such as accountants on business planning issues. These clients include builders, retailers, merchants, manufacturers, and doctors.

Ron has significant experience in estate planning and probate. He advises clients on wills, trusts, powers of attorney, tax, and other planning issues. He also has experience litigating probate issues when needed.

Ron has tried a wide variety of criminal and civil cases in his career and has been counsel in well over 100 matters in appellate courts. These matters include civil and criminal appeals as well as original actions such as writs of mandamus and prohibition. Ron actively plans litigation strategy for the firm’s clients, participates in discovery, and appears in court for pretrial and trial proceedings.

Ron lives in Fremont with his wife Mary Ellen, but also spends time in Ottawa County in the summer. He has four grown children – Dick, Ted, Andy, and Tim. He was a founder of the Catholic Education Development Fund and has served on various boards for charitable organizations.