Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
Toll Free: (888) 435-0085
3814 Little York Road
Dayton OH 45414


(937) 410-0378


(937) 890-4694


Office Information

Other Offices

(888) 435-0085
Beavercreek, OH 45431

(888) 435-0085
Centerville, OH 45459

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We believe that the path to strong attorney-client relationships begins with good communication. Unlike other lawyers who are difficult to reach on the phone, we believe that answering our clients' phone calls allows us to provide the personal service that our clients both need and deserve.

If you call and our lawyers are in the office, we will take your call unless we are not available. If we can't take your call, we will call you back. Taking the time to speak to you and answer your questions is just one of the ways we demonstrate that we actually care about your case.

Eric Stamps

Stamps & Stamps

Eric concentrates his practice in the areas of Bankruptcy Law and Family Law. Eric proudly serves on the Bankruptcy Law Committee, the Domestic Relations Law Committee, and the Juvenile Law Committee. He has been asked to speak on various topics regarding Bankruptcy Law and Family Law. Eric is dedicated to helping others reach their legal goals and he looks forward to helping you.

Eric has a wonderful wife, Sara, and three children, Matthew, Nicholas and Madison. Eric enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, and coaching youth basketball, soccer and baseball. Eric also volunteers in his church and the community to help others in need.


University of Dayton School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1999

Wright State University
Marketing - Bachelor of Arts, 1996

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