Compassionate, competent, and straight-to-the-point, Attorney Shannon Cianciola is eager to examine the root of her clients’ legal concerns and implement a no-nonsense approach to meet their goals. She celebrates the opportunity to successfully complete a matter in a way that makes her client feel heard, understood, and satisfied with their results.
Shannon’s years of experience in civil litigation and transactional law provide her a strong foundation on which to approach each new case. From the very first phone call, Shannon’s clients know that they will be well protected, well represented, and that the trust they put in her is truly appreciated.
Whether it be a business or real estate transaction, an estate planning project, or a civil lawsuit, Shannon works diligently to ensure each of her clients stay informed about the status of their case or transaction and that their priorities are being carefully considered with each decision that is made. She has developed excellent professional relationships within the local legal community and is highly regarded as a proficient and respectful advocate for her clients.
Shannon knows that no two cases are ever exactly alike. She always takes the time to attentively listen and to understand what is special about each new undertaking. Shannon is passionate about providing a specifically-tailored approach for the unique challenges that each legal matter holds, and maintains the highest regard for the impact that competent legal services can have on the lives of the individuals she serves.
Ohio State Courts
Business contracts and litigation
Real Estate contracts and litigation
Estate and Trust Administration
Bachelors: John Carroll University
JD: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Member of Business-Law Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Lake County Bar Association
Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce
Willoughby Area Chamber of Commerce
Board Member on Lake County Council on Aging
Volunteer driver for Lake County Meals on Wheels
Estate Administration Bootcamp
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