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28 June 2021

Weltman Announces Columbus Office Relocation


COLUMBUS - Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm in its 90th year of client service, is excited to announce the relocation of its Columbus, Ohio office from Grove City to Dublin. The newly renovated office space is located at 5000 Bradenton Avenue, Suite 100, Dublin, OH 43017. 

Originally opened in 1981, the Columbus office has played an integral role in the firm’s continued growth and advancement across central Ohio and beyond. Over the last two decades, the team, which includes five attorneys and 75 support staff, has greatly improved operational efficiencies while building a strong brand reputation within the Columbus market. 

This strategic relocation will support infrastructure needs and offer employees and clients a multitude of desired benefits.

“This move comes at an exciting time for our firm,” said Chuck Pona, managing partner for Weltman. “The new office is in a prime location that’s easily accessible to restaurants, hotels, and retail shops for our valued employees and clients. Our team is eager to serve our clients in this beautiful space.”

“First of all, I want to thank everyone who has been involved in this process. Without their effort, this could not have happened,” said Jim Kozelek, managing attorney for the Columbus office. “Although I am saddened that we will be leaving our ‘home’ for the last 20 years, I am excited to embark on this new adventure with my fellow co-workers. We look forward to immersing ourselves in our new neighborhood.”

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