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Small Business Law attorney in Mentor Ohio

Business Law

As a small business owner, your expertise lies in the area of your business, not in legal matters. Still, as your business grows, there are many times when you find yourself needing to understand busi[Read more]
Probate Attorney for wills and estates in Willoughby Ohio

Probate, Wills & Powers of Attorney

No one wants to think about what will happen when they die, but doing so is of the utmost importance if you want to ensure that your family is provided for and that your wishes regarding financial mat[Read more]
Affordable Attorney Robert A Boyd in Willoughby Ohio

About Bob Boyd

Hello, I'm Attorney Bob Boyd, and I'd like to welcome you to the official website of my law practice. You may have seen me around before. I'm a member of the Lake County community and active in many c[Read more]
Bankruptcy attorney lake county Ohio


No matter how much is saved, no matter how carefully finances are managed, no one is immune to financial hardships. All it takes is the unexpected loss of a job, a serious accident, a major illness or[Read more]
Workers Comp Words

Workers Compensation

When you're injured on the job, the way forward can be confusing. You'll likely be contacted by your employer's representative or insurance company and may feel pressured into signing away your rights[Read more]
Lake County Attorney for Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accidents & Personal Injury

Following an accident, you're faced with pain, the potential for lost time on the job and the emotional stress of dealing with what has transpired. You may have fears about the future and wonder how y[Read more]


No matter what the cause or situation, legal issues can bring a large amount of stress and weigh heavily on you. Laws regarding bankruptcy, personal injury, worker’s compensation, wills and estates and small business matters are complex and can be intimidating, and you may not even be sure what your rights are in your situation. That’s why you need an attorney by your side to guide you through the process of solving your legal problem. Bob Boyd is ready to be that legal partner to assist you every step of the way.

Since 1980, Bob Boyd has been serving Willoughby Ohio and the surrounding areas. He has helped countless neighbors faced with mounting debt and those injured at work, in auto collisions and due to others’ negligence. In addition, he has helped families ensure that their children and grandchildren have the money they need to lead a comfortable life and worked with small business owners to help them achieve their goals.

This website is the official site of Attorney Robert A. Boyd. On its pages, you can learn more about him and the services he provides from his Willoughby, Ohio, law office. Explore the website to learn more about how he can assist you with whatever legal matters you’re facing or call 440.918.1733 to set up a free consultation with him now.

Robert A Boyd, Attorney at Law - Willougby Ohio

What Is A Bankruptcy Trustee?

What Is A Bankruptcy Trustee?

A bankruptcy trustee is responsible for ensuring that a bankruptcy filing is properly handled legally, procedurally, and administratively. The U.S. Department of Justice administers the U.S. Trustee Program. There are 21 regional trustee offices through the United States. A trustee represents the interests of your creditors. He/she will attempt to recover unprotected assets from you… Continue Reading

Bankruptcy Exemptions in Ohio

Bankruptcy Exemptions in Ohio

If you file a Chapter 7 case, you can retain protected or “exempt” property. There is a comprehensive list of property deemed by the Ohio legislature as property people need for a fresh start. Your attorney will know the limitations for each of these categories and whether property you own will fit within an exemption.… Continue Reading

Ohio Means Test for Bankruptcy

Ohio Means Test for Bankruptcy

In order to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must pass a “means” test. This test applies to high income filers, so if your income is less than the Ohio average household (which takes into account household size) you are exempt from the test and may file Chapter 7. If your income is above the… Continue Reading

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