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Getty Law Office was established by Daniel F. Getty in January 2005. He left his position with a local insurance defense firm at that time to purse his life long career of owning and operating his own law practice. Currently, and since 2005, the law practice has been located in the heart of downtown Centerville, Ohio. The law firm has focused on supporting and defending the legal rights of the local residents of Centerville, Ohio. Likewise, the law firm continues to address the legal needs of the citizens of Centerville and the surrounding communities.

Getty Law Office stays actively involved in the local historical society as well as other local groups and foundations. The law office is conveniently located minutes from I-675 and has convenient on-site parking. One of the main attractions to establish the main office in Centerville Ohio was to enjoy the peaceful nature of the community, the conveniences offered by the community, and the charm.

In 2014, Getty Law Office established its second office, its first satellite office in Adams County, Ohio. The office is located in Lynx, Ohio, just minutes from the Adams County Courthouse. Getty Law Office looks forward to serving the legal needs of its growing Adams County client base.

The law office maintains its status as a general practice law firm. Getty Law Office is devoted to not representing particular legal issues, but representing the clients directly. Therefore, Getty Law Office is continually adapting its legal knowledge base and experience to accommodate its clients. At Getty Law Office, we believe in caring for our clients and devoting the time and attention needed to address all of the clients needs, concerns, and questions.

We here at Getty Law Office pride ourselves that we are your law office and not your business retailer. We aim to satisfy and are committed to each and every client. Not only to their bank accounts. We aim to provide highly effective and aggressive representation at our cost to the client.

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