About Linde Webb


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Linde Webb has been practicing law and standing up for people like you for over three decades. She has primarily worked in the areas of:

  • Eminent Domain
  • Estate Planning
  • Guardianship
  • Probate Law
  • Real Estate Law
Attorney Webb received her law degree from Case Western Reserve University and also attended the Boston University College of Law. During her legal career she worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the Ohio Department of Transportation, therefore she has an inside understanding of how the state uses eminent domain law to take property.

Some of her career highlights are:

  • Three decades of cases, written opinions, articles, and teaching seminars on eminent domain, tax, guardianship, and estate and probate law.
  • Served on the Ohio Supreme Court Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline and was Chair of the committee for 2 years.
  • Chair of the Board for the Catherine S. Eberly Center for Women from 2001 - 2006
  • Catharine S. Eberly Center Women of Woman of the Year 2004 - 2005
  • Recipient of Arabella Babb Mansfield Award for Outstanding Woman Lawyers.
  • Past President of Ohio Women’s Bar Association.

Linde Webb graduated from Case Western Reserve University, College of Law, in 1973. She is a former Ohio Assistant Attorney General for Northwest Ohio now in private practice in Sylvania with Lydy & Moan LTD, handling cases predominately in the areas of eminent domain, guardianship and problematic estates. In condemnation, she has represented both agencies/condemnors and landowners. As special counsel, she represented the City of Rossford in acquiring over 60 sewer easements from landowners as a result of an Ohio EPA mandate. As an Assistant Attorney General working for the Ohio Department of Transportation, she represented 16 counties in Northwest Ohio. She has tried over 11 jury trials involving eminent domain, and handled innumerable cases involving government takings to settlement, for both the agency appropriating land and the landowner who land is being taken.

With over three decades of handling guardianship and estate cases, she has seen it all; including guardians and fiduciaries that stole money from people in their care. In terrible cases like these she has worked to track down the stolen money, worked for the Lucas County Probate Court to find those responsible, and helped families recover. Finally, Attorney Webb has been able to find additional assets belonging to an estate. If you would like to learn more please see her guardian and estate FAQ

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