John S. Porter is an Ohio attorney who offers a range of services in the areas of personal injury law, real estate, bankruptcy and civil litigation.
After graduating from high school, John S. Porter enrolled in Kenyon College. He graduated from Kenyon in 1993 earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Following completion of his undergraduate work, he entered law school at The Ohio State University earning his Juris Doctor degree and passing the bar exam in 1996.
Attorney John S. Porter became licensed in the state of Ohio after graduating from law school in 1996. He has also been admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court of Ohio’s Southern District.
Prior to founding the J.S. Porter Law Office in 2015, Attorney John S. Porter worked at Rose & Dobyns Co, L.P.A. from 2000 to 2015. Before that, he worked at Clinton County Public Defender’s Office from 1998 to 2000. Attorney Porter’s first position after graduating from law school was in 1997 as an associate working in the law office of Donald G. Mayer, later becoming a partner with Mr. Mayer.
Attorney John S. Porter is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Clinton County Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association, Southern District of Ohio.
Contact Attorney John S. Porter
- Real Estate – Attorney Porter handles all types of real estate issues, from deeds to foreclosure assistance.
- Landlord/Tenant Issues – Landlord/tenant relationships are complicated. Attorney John S. Porter has experience with all types of landlord/tenant contracts and disputes.
- Personal Injury – Attorney John S. Porter represents clients who have been involved in slip and falls, automobile accidents, products liability incidents and more.
- Bankruptcy – If you are struggling with overwhelming debt, you may be able to file for bankruptcy protection. Attorney John S. Porter can help you decide on the best course of action and complete the filing process.
- Civil Litigation – When two parties can’t settle their differences, civil litigation often results. John S. Porter can help you maximize your chances of winning your case or reaching a satisfactory settlement out of court.