The Geauga County Good Deeds Program
Your Geauga County Recorder, Sharon C. Gingerich, Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Judge, Tim Grendell, and the Geauga County Bar Association are offering a deed review service to the residents of Geauga County called The Good Deeds Program. The Geauga County Department on Aging will also take part in this program by offering this Program to residents 60 years of age and over through their legal assistance plan.
Please see the letters and brochure below for an explanation of this Program. We hope that whether or not you participate in this program, you will begin to think about your deeds, wills, and estate planning and contact your own attorney. If you do not have an attorney, the Geauga County Bar Association has an attorney referral option at (440) 286-7160.
To make an appointment with the Department on Aging, call (440) 279-2130.
Resident Letter Brochure Newbury Township Letter
Newbury ~ March 2015 Good Deeds Program Meetings
|Newbury Community Church
14916 Auburn Road
|Thursday, March 26, 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Any Geauga County resident is welcome to attend these meetings. However, we will be pulling deeds that do not have survivorship or TOD language and sending letters to the residents of the entities where the meetings are being held. If you would like to come to one of these meetings, and have not received a letter or do not live in the area, please bring a copy of your deed so that your specific questions can be addressed.
We have already held meetings in several areas within the County. If you received a letter but were unable to attend, call the Recorder's Office and Sharon will bring a copy of your deed..
Judge Grendell will explain the program and talk about other estate issues, and attorneys from the Geauga County Bar Association will be on hand to answer your questions.
It is our pleasure to offer this service to the Residents of Geauga County
Sharon C. Gingerich
Geauga County Recorder
Judge Tim Grendell
Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Judge