State Of The Court 2019

Summit County Probate Court offers “THE HELP YOU NEED” during some of the most joyful and most difficult times of your life. If you are adopting, getting married, your loved one is in need of a guardianship, or has passed Probate Court helps the residents of Summit County as reflected in the 2019 State of the Court.  Judge Stormer, our Magistrates and staff spend many hours volunteering in our communities to educate the residence of Summit County about how Probate Court can help you with your needs.   Judge Stormer’s New Day Court is the first court in Ohio that helps those with mental illness by providing support and help to those in need. This court is a national model for mental illness courts across the nation. Probate Court broadened its commitment to seniors and their needs through our 2018 Senior Summit. Multiple agencies collaborated with our Court to share best practices for seniors through local and national speakers and by providing numerous services at our expo to the seniors of Summit County. The Senior Summit will take place annually with a conference for professionals and biennially with a conference and expo for the residence of Summit County. It is with pleasure that we serve our community and make available the 2019 State of the...

Ohio State Bar Association Member Spotlight

Recently Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer appeared in the “Ohio State Bar Association” (OSBA) Member Spotlight. In addition to the newsletter a video is available for you to watch. To view the complete interview – click...

Judge Stormer appeared on “Good Day in Hudson”

Recently Judge Stormer appeared on “Good Day in Hudson” with host Frank Youngwerth. Their discussion focused on New Day Court, a court begun in 2016 by Judge Stormer. New Day Court is the first of its kind in the state of Ohio and gives its participants living with long-term mental illness the tools to take an active role in their recovery and avoid repeat hospitalizations. Watch the complete interview recorded in the Hudson High School...

Depositing Client Funds

4705.09 Depositing Client Funds: (A)(1)(a) No funds received by a client, in the client’s name as fiduciary of a trust or estate, shall be deposited into an IOLTA established under division (A)(1)(b) of this section unless the deposit has been approved by the probate court under section 2109.41 of the Revised Code. eff. 3/23/2018

Tuesday Musical Helps Court House Visitors Decompress

Tuesday Musical Helps Court House Visitors Decompress

Feb 20, 2018

Summit County Probate Court and Tuesday Musical partnered to bring music to the atrium of the Summit County Court House on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.  The Escher String Quartet performed for those working in the courts, attending trials, or filing for their marriage licenses on Valentine’s Day.  The series of concerts for those in high stress work environments is partly funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation through its Knight Arts Challenge. “We hope that bringing art to the community, and to an unusual place like the Court House, allows employees and visitors a mental break,” said Summit County Probate Court Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer.  “Music gives even a casual listener an escape and a chance to recharge.” Many from the court house brought their lunch to the atrium to enjoy the hour long concert. To hear a bit you can go here. The Escher String Quartet also serves as artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.  It has performed at Wigmore Hall in London and the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, as well as the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. For more about the Escher Quartet please see...