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We Choose the High Road

At Zoller | Biacsi, we believe our clients are entitled to responsive, professional service. We strive to empower clients through education, information, advice, and litigation alternatives that lead to constructive decisions. 

Our Specialty Services

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce is an alternate dispute resolution that is client centered.

Solution Based Problem Solving

We will work with you to come up with the best possible solution for your situation.

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Highlighted Blog Posts

March 6, 2020

Are "Unbundled Services" Right for Me?

If you are reading this post, you may be exploring ways to limit your legal fees. Hiring a lawyer who offers unbundled legal services might be perfect for you.

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February 5, 2020

Brave New Hope

It's a nice pretty-sounding word: BLENDED. All mushed up together, like a milkshake. Or maybe, a business-like blended, as in "integrated" or "merged." Or swirled beautifully, all united in movement.

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January 22, 2020

Unresolved Grief

The Five Stages of Grief, as defined by Ross, are denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. None of the stages are in strict order, nor is there any kind of time constraint on them.

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“Mary helps turn the table on negative reputations of divorce attorneys. Her calm manner and meticulous attention to detail was a blessing to me as I went through the arduous journey of my divorce proceedings. I strongly recommend Mary Biacsi and her firm and I am thankful to Jeff Nischwitz for introducing me to her."

Shelly S. | Cleveland, OH

Important information about COVID-19

Our clients’ needs don't stop just because of the COVID-19 crisis. At Zoller|Biacsi we are always available to serve our clients remotely. This pandemic will not stop us from handling our cases since we focus on Collaborative and Mediated Divorce, and Unbundled Services. The delays at court don’t necessarily cause delays for our clients. We can serve our clients and move their cases forward by utilizing technology. Even though we are considered “essential,” in accordance with Governor DeWine’s “Stay at Home Order,” we have chosen to work remotely for the safety of our community and our families. Schedule a virtual meeting or a phone call; we are here for you.