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Reimer Law and Nielson & Sherry Announce Merger

Reimer Law Co.

The law firm of Reimer Law Co., which recently changed its name from Reimer Arnovitz Chernek & Jeffrey Co., LPA, and Nielson & Sherry, PSC have announced that they will merge to become one firm effective April 1st, 2017.

Michael Arnovitz, Managing Shareholder of Reimer Law Co., said that the joining of the firms will ensure an “even stronger united presence.”

“The merger of Nielson & Sherry into Reimer Law is a strategic decision to ensure that our organization can provide a full suite of legal services to the creditor’s rights industry,” he said. “Individually our firms maintain a strong reputation and client base. Together our firms provide an even stronger united presence throughout the region.”

According to Reimer Law Co., the firm will continue to maintain its substantial presence in Solon, Louisville, and Newport, and is committed to working the files in the state where the property is located. The combined organization will focus its practice on real estate foreclosure, title curative, bankruptcy, eviction, litigation and REO, and retail closing services in Ohio and Kentucky. It will also offer collection services in Ohio and Kentucky, automotive, and other chattel replevin and bankruptcy services in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia.

Richard Nielson, Managing Shareholder of Nielson & Sherry, PSC, expressed his approval of the merger.

“We are extremely excited to announce the merger of two great organizations,” he said. “Together we will have over 35 experienced attorneys, and a fabulous support staff, who are able to provide creditor’s rights services throughout the State of Ohio, the Commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond. Rest assured that our substantial commitment to each state will not falter.”

Reimer Law Co. is a member of the Legal League 100, an organization of default servicing law firms and service providers that is committed to supporting the mortgage servicing industry through education, communication, relationship development, and advisory services.

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