Feeling like your house is not yours? Attorney Chris Finney tells us what you have to do NOW to lower your Property Taxes. You only have one month to do this as all appeals need to be filed by March 31, 2014. Don't miss out on the chance to have your home properly valued.
Mr. Finney is owner of the Christopher Finney Law firm in Eastgate, where he concentrates in commercial and constitutional litigation as well as matters of real estate law and title to real estate.
Attorny Finney won an important victory in 1997 in the First Amendment rights case styled Kruse, et al. v. City of Cincinnati, et al., in which the City of Cincinnati's campaign spending limits ordinance was ruled unconstitutional. In 1998, the United States Supreme Court refused to hear the case, preserving victory for Mr. Finney's clients. It was in part as a result of this victory that Mr. Finney was named one of eight "Ohio Lawyers of the Year" for 1998 by Ohio Lawyer Weekly. In 2010, Mr. Finney also prevailed in the case of Brinkman, et al. v. Budish, et al., a landmark decision striking down Ohio's "revolving door" statue. Mr. Finney's other high profile victories have included the "Votes for Ice Cream" scandal at the Cincinnati Public Schools, and the defeat of Congressman Jean Schmidt in the defamation action styled Schmidt v. Krikorian, et al. His work has been featured in such publications as the New York Times, USA Today, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and on Fox News.
Attorney Chris Finney
Reducing Your Property Taxes is a Virtual Class on www.InstantPresenter.com or you may attend the actual class at the Anderson Library. The codes for participating in this class on-line from you home will be posted on www.empoweruohio.org 6 hours before the class begins. We are limited to the first 100 people loging on to this class so sign-on early.