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The firm is very active in local communities where it helps to shape laws and regulations that directly affect its clients’ interests.
Rewind to about 1970: Gerald K. Carlisle establishes what is now known as the law firm of Carlisle, McNellie, Rini, Kramer & Ulrich Co., L.P.A. to handle the volume of foreclosures, commercial loan transactions, and other lending issues that he was receiving from local banks and mortgage companies then located in Cleveland. In 1971 Richard L. McNellie, while still in law school, joined the law firm and started learning the real estate law business from the bottom up.
Even though Carlisle is now retired, the firm that he founded has continued to grow—and now boasts more than 40 years of experience in default law. A Martindale Hubbell AV-rated law firm, CMRKU prides itself on its ability to think outside the box, striving to provide clients with the highest quality representation and an acute attention to detail. The firm is also heavily engrained in the intricacies of local politics in the jurisdictions it serves, and is very active in local communities where it helps to shape laws and regulations that directly affect its clients’ interests. It’s this local focus that makes the firm unique. CMRKU is proud of its heritage in Ohio and isn’t concerned with being the biggest law firm, or with operating a multi-state practice. Leaders at the firm are focused on providing the highest quality representation possible within the state of Ohio and in the federal court system, a focus that tends to separate the firm from others.
Carlisle, McNellie, Rini, Kramer & Ulrich CO., L.P.A. has processed thousands of foreclosure cases in every county in the state of Ohio, together with the attendant bankruptcy proceedings in the various federal courts. The firm is thoroughly familiar with the sometimes-idiosyncratic procedures followed by the courts, and its collective effort is focused on processing the cases in the most expeditious manner consistent with law and legal procedures.
The firm has handled a wide variety of matters concerning real property including: acquisitions, developments, financing, low income housing tax credit syndications, workouts, foreclosures, evictions, bankruptcies, entity formation and operation, leases, litigation and similar matters for a variety of clients, including individuals, large banks, governmental entities, real estate developers and brokers, commercial borrowers, lenders and title companies.
ALFN (American Legal & Financial Network)
MBA (Mortgage Bankers Association)
OMBA (Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association)