The Geauga County Good Deeds Program
Your Geauga County Recorder, Sharon C. Gingerich, Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Judge, Tim Grendell, and several area attorneys 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 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.
To make an appointment with the Department on Aging, call (440) 279-2130.
Good Deeds Brochure
TOD Affidavit Forms (Ohio State Bar Association)
Good Deeds Week Coming to Geauga County
September 2016 (Specific dates TBA)
We will be hosting another Good Deeds Week in September. The Recorder’s Office will open from 6:00 to shortly before 7:00 p.m. each evening to allow residents to obtain copies of their deeds.
It will be the same format as our previous Good Deeds meetings, only without the specific letters to individuals. If you have your deed, check it for survivorship language. If you do not have the language bring your deed to the meeting at 7:00 p.m. If you do not have your deed, you can come to the Recorder's Office between 6 and 7 to obtain a copy.
The presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Courtroom A of the Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Court, on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse Annex. After the presentation, attorneys will be available to privately discuss your estate matters.
Light refreshments will be served.
For further information, contact Sharon C. Gingerich, Geauga County Recorder at (440) 279-2021 or email@example.com .
It is our pleasure to offer this service to the Residents of Geauga County.
Sharon C. Gingerich, Geauga County Recorder
Timothy J. Grendell, Geauga Probate/Juvenile Judge
Timothy J. Grendell