Peter c. Kratcoski   | Attorney


Peter C. Kratcoski

Peter C. Kratcoski

Kent, Ohio
Phone: 330-673-3444
Fax: 330-673-6460

Peter C. Kratcoski brings over three decades of legal expertise to our firm. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from The Ohio State University in 1985 and obtained his juris doctorate from Ohio State Moritz College of Law in 1988. Admitted to the Ohio Bar that same year, Mr. Kratcoski joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in 1988 and became a Partner in 1993. Attorney Kratcoski’s practice spans Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Landlord/Tenant Law, Domestic Relations, Personal Injury, and Civil Litigation across all Courts.

Attorney Kratcoski is a member of the Ohio Bar Council of Delegates, representing Portage County, and has maintained active membership with the Ohio State Bar Association, the Portage County Bar Association, and the Akron Bar Association since 1988. Additionally, he is an active member of the Kent State University academic community where he has served as an adjunct professor since 1989 across multiple campuses. He has also served as the legal advisor for both the Kent State University Mock Court Team and the Archbishop Hoban High School Mock Trial Team.

An active member of the Kent community, Attorney Kratcoski serves on the Board of Trustees for the Kent Free Library. He is an active member of St. Patrick’s Church where he serves on the Finance Committee and is a member of the Knights of Columbus. Additionally, he holds memberships in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America and Silver Lake Country Club.

Mr. Kratcoski resides in Kent with his wife, Annette, and has two adult sons, Peter and Michael.

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