Jake Studer is a an attorney in Toledo, Ohio, where he specializes in CCW/weapon law, real estate law and family law. He is experienced in all manner of criminal representation and defense, including family law, custody issues, contract litigation and constitutional law. Between his private practice and Lucas County public defender work, he has handled almost all major felonies, averaging up to 25 felony criminal cases and 2,000–4,000 misdemeanor criminal cases per year.
Mr. Studer earned his J.D. in 2013 from the University of Toledo College of Law and his Bachelor of Science in 2010 from John Carroll University, and he is a proud graduate of St. John’s Jesuit High School. He is admitted to the bar of the State of Ohio and is certified to practice throughout the state as well as within the local U.S. federal circuit, the Northern District of Ohio.
He has been an active firearms advocate for most of his life, representing individuals in several hundred weapons cases. He has written gun trusts and advised on acquiring everything from shoulder-fired rockets to tanks. He is a Federal Firearms License (FFL) consultant, and he has worked extensively in matters involving the Second Amendment, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and the National Firearms Act (NFA).
Real Estate Lawyer
As an attorney with an active realtor license, he has guided many individuals through the purchase process. He has practiced in matters from commercial leases and commercial purchases to litigation involving both residential and commercial transactions — everything from contract fraud to damaged houses and dishonest previous owners.
Along with his parents Joy and Jeff Studer, he has run a family business within the brokerage of Danberry Realtors for over five years, averaging more than forty real estate transactions per year. They are the only real estate agency in the area with an active attorney as part of the agency.
Mr. Studer has extensive experience in family law, including matters such as divorce, dissolution of marriage, termination of spousal support or alimony, adoptions and custody.
General Legal Representation
He has provided representation for a wide range of cases, including but not limited to:
- Estate planning
- Business representation
- Buying and selling of businesses
- Employee problems
- Contract disputes
- Corporate litigation
- Personal injury
He has also represented a number of nonprofit groups, most notably Historic Perrysburg, Inc.