Strongsville is a Cuyahoga County city that is home to 44,000 residents. Strongsville was founded as a township in 1818 and became a city in 1961. Strongsville is home to such attractions as the Strongsville Commons and Clocktower, the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Covered Bridge, and the Gardenview Horticultural Park that boasts over 2,500 unusual trees and over 500 verities of crabapples and daffodils.
A number of talented local lawyers also call Strongsville home. Lawyers in Strongsville advise on a wide range of cases including chapter 7 bankruptcy, personal injury, divorce, immigration, and criminal cases like DUI.
Recently in Strongsville, Alex H. Byczek Sr. and Thomas J. Rudowicz wee indicted by a Federal District Court for income tax evasion and other tax offenses. Byczek attempted to evade personal taxes by claiming an income of $529,691 when their actual income had been $807,965. Rudowicz also allegedly withheld taxes by filing a fraudulent W-4 form and refused years earlier to pay as well.
The Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas is responsible for taking most kinds of cases that arise in Strongsville. Ohio Courts of Common Pleas have exclusive jurisdiction over mental health, probate, juvenile, felony, and domestic relations cases including divorce and child custody. Courts of Common Pleas are also responsible for hearing traffic, tort, real property, and administrative agency appeals cases. The U.S. District Court for Northern Ohio is responsible for hearing any Federal tax cases or bankruptcy hearings.
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