Ms. Kryszak is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Ohio State…
Attorney Andrea C. Kryszak has been practicing law since 2004 at Kryszak & Associates, which was formerly known as Lessing & Kryszak; the Law Offices of Robert E. Lessing, Jr.; and Lessing & White & Roig. She focuses her practice in the areas of Estate Planning, Estate and Trust Administration, Elder Law and Real Estate.
Ms. Kryszak’s commitment to the community is manifested by her involvement as President of the Lorain County Office on Aging and as past president of the Lorain County Bar Association’s Executive Committee. She is also currently involved with the Bar Association’s Fee Arbitration Panel and the Judicial Review Committee.
Previously, Attorney Kryszak served as a board member for Common Ground: The Cindy Nord Center for Renewal, in Oberlin, Ohio and New Riverbend Homes, in Elyria, Ohio, where she served as president of both boards. She is also an alumna of Leadership Lorain County’s Class of 2005 and has been a member of BNI (Business Network International) and the Working Women Connection. She also helped create the North Coast Professional Women’s Network.
In addition to the Lorain County Bar Association, Ms. Kryszak is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Ohio State Bar Association.
In her spare time, Ms. Kryszak has volunteered with the nonprofit group, Hand Me Down Dobes, and she is a member of the Erie County Conservation League. She lives in Henrietta Township with her husband and their two rescued Dobermans.
Please call 1-888-934-5330 to make an appointment with Attorney Andrea Kryszak. She looks forward to working with you and helping you with your legal needs.
Mr. Henry practiced law in the New York metropolitan area where he managed a caseload consisting…
Doug Henry graduated in 2000 from Albany Law School of Union University in Albany, New York. He majored in Public Affairs at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, SUNY at Albany, where he graduated cum laude. Prior to relocating to Ohio in 2007, Mr. Henry practiced law in the New York metropolitan area where he managed a caseload consisting of general civil litigation, tort and family law. Upon relocation to Ohio in 2007, his time and efforts have been devoted primarily to probate and family law practice in Lorain, Cuyahoga, Medina, Geauga, Summit and Erie counties.
Doug serves as a Member of the Advisory Board of the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) Project in the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court and he has served as a GAL on behalf of children in Cuyahoga and Lorain counties.
Doug’s approach to each case is unique, employing the most effective means to achieve the best result for his clients, including alternative dispute resolution, traditional litigation or both. He is admitted to practice law in the states of Ohio and New York.
Doug spends his time out of work with his wife, his children and his dog, Gus. His entire family enjoys spending time in the streams and on the trails between northeast Ohio and the Adirondack Mountains.
Attorney Robert E. Lessing, Jr., recently retired from active practice with Kryszak & Associates, Co., LPA.
Attorney Robert E. Lessing, Jr., a founding member of our law firm, is retired from active practice. He previously practiced at Lessing & Kryszak, Co., LPA, the Law Offices of Robert E. Lessing, Jr., A Legal Professional Association, and Lessing, White & Roig, Ltd., Attorneys at Law, in the areas of estate planning, estates and trusts administration, small business and real estate. He was also employed as an attorney at West, West & Sherman, Attorneys at Law, in Elyria, Ohio, in the general practice of law and National City Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, in the Office of Counsel and the Trust Department. A recipient of the Elyria Jaycees Distinguished Service Award, he has also received awards from Who’s Who in the Midwest. He has been recognized by Outstanding Young Men of America, Elyria Jaycees-JCI Senator, and he received the Chicago Tribune Medal of Honor. He was a member of the Ohio State, Cleveland and Lorain County Bar Associations.
Mr. Lessing’s commitment to the community was manifested by his membership on the Grafton-Midview Public Library Board of Trustees since 1988, where he has served as President for four terms. Mr. Lessing has been a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church since 1981, having served on Church Council for two terms. He is a member of Vocational Guidance Services-Elyria Council, since 1984. He has been involved with the Midview Endowment Fund (President for six terms); Eaton Township Zoning Commission (Chairman for three terms); Grafton Advisory Council for Prisons; Family Planning Services (President for two terms); Taxpayers’ Committee of Eaton Township (Chairman for two terms); Kiwanis Club of Grafton-Midview; United Health Foundation (President for two terms); Elyria Board of Zoning Appeals (Chairman for two terms); Citizens Committee for Elyria Schools (Chairman); Elyria Precinct Committee person; Elyria Area League of Women Voters (First Male Member); Elyria Town Meeting-National Bicentennial (Chairman); Elyria Citizens for Education (Co-Chairman); and Elyria Jaycees (President 1975 to 1976).
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