Kerrigan, Boller, Griffis & Link Co., L.P.A.
"Providing professional legal services to
individuals and businesses"
member of the Kerrigan, Boller, Griffis & Link
is highly skilled and dedicated to providing our clients
with effective and responsive legal representation. Our
team works closely together, tapping each other's
expertise and taking advantage of the firm's resources
value our relationship with our clients and pledge to
honor these relationships with respect, integrity and
hard work, as well as providing the individual attention
and service our clients demand and deserve.
practice includes personal injury and wrongful death
claims, wills, estates, and trusts, criminal defense,
corporate and business formation, real estate, family
and divorce law, bankruptcy, general civil litigation,
insurance law, employment law and collections.
Boller, Griffis & Link Co., L.P.A.
is the longest continuously operating law firm
in Shelby County. The firm originated in 1932, when
Raymond Boller came to Sidney to practice. Michael
Boller joined his father in 1966, creating Boller &
Boller, Lawyers. Raymond Boller passed away in 1969, and
Michael Boller formed a partnership with James Stevenson
In 1984, Thomas Kerrigan Sr. and his son Thomas
Kerrigan II joined to form Kerrigan, Boller &
Stevenson Co. Duane Goettemoeller became a shareholder
of the firm in 1985 to form Kerrigan, Boller, Stevenson
& Goettemoeller. Thomas Kerrigan Sr. retired in 1993
from the practice of law after serving as the Shelby
County Juvenile and Probate Judge. James Stevenson was
elected judge of the Shelby County Court of Common Pleas
in November 2006. Duane Goettemoeller was appointed
Municipal Court Judge, then won election in 2011.
Royce Link joined the firm in 2014. Justin G. Griffis
joined the firm in 2016.