Biography

About Jeff Richards, Attorney-At-Law

Meet Jeffery E. Richards

Practicing law in Southwest Ohio for over 33 years, Jeff Richards, Attorney-At-Law is located in the Village of Waynesville, home of the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival, and the antiques capital of the Midwest.

You can rely on us for service in Montgomery, Warren, Clinton, and Greene Counties, primarily. We serve in both state and federal courts.

It is a general practice, meaning that we cover a wide variety of claims and problems. Mr. Richards has worked for the county prosecutor, as a defense attorney, as a Magistrate in multiple courts, and once as an acting judge in Lebanon.

Mr. Richards has filed hundreds of claims against insurance companies but has also represented insurance companies on occasion.

Mr. Richards also owned a title company, was the first Mayor’s Court Magistrate in the State of Ohio, was the President of the Warren County Bar Association, and was a fully accredited and certified soccer referee.
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Mr. Richards opened the practice in Waynesville in 2003. The practice is small and in his hometown, where he played football and tennis and ran track. The practice is small for a reason.
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The need for a personal touch is not lost on us. Mr. Richards and his assistant, Mel, do not simply process the cases. You can count on us to give you the personal attention that you deserve. 
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We practice law the way it used to be practiced, through hard work and attention to detail. An old-fashioned law practice in a small town, and yes, the references to Mayberry are mostly true.

Member of Many Organizations

  • Ohio Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Past President of Warren County Bar Association
  • Magistrate of Waynesville Mayor's Court 
  • Past President of Waynesville Chamber of Commerce
“There are no easy answers, but there are simple answers. We must have the courage to do what is morally right.”
– R. Reagan
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