David A. Moyer is a Freelance Paralegal, Notary Public and owner of Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. Mr. Moyer has been a paralegal for 15 years and has experience in a variety of areas of law. Mr. Moyer holds an Associate Degree from Stark State College of Technology, earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Walsh University, and obtained a Paralegal Certificate from the Academy of Court Reporting and Legal Studies.

Mr. Moyer is an Associate Member (Paralegal Committee) of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), an Associate Member of the Akron Bar Association (Paralegal Section), a Member of the National Notary Association (NNA), a member of The Ohio Society of Notaries, past Vice President and Board Member of the Northeastern Ohio Paralegal Association (NOPA) and past Vice President of NALS of Northeast Ohio (The Association for Legal Professionals). Mr. Moyer is also a Board Member of the Willow Lake Home Owners Association.

My dog Colin who likes to hang out in my office!

Mr. Moyer has appeared as a guest lecturer at the Ursuline College Paralegal Program, The Institute for Paralegal Education, the Akron Bar Association (Paralegal Section), and the Kaplan University Paralegal Club (now know as Purdue University Global). Mr. Moyer is the author of  “Creating a Trial Notebook” and “How I Became a Freelance Paralegal”.  Both are available as an eBook for the Kindle at Amazon.

Mr. Moyer has been spotlighted in Law Technology News, Legal Assistant Today and The Virtual Paralegal News Magazine. He is also featured in Fundamentals of Law Office Management  by Pamela Everett Nollkamper. Mr. Moyer was named a Paralegal Superstar by ParalegalGateway.com. Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. and was named a 2010 and a 2014 Home-Based 100 Competition Winner by StartupNation.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses:

Countdown to Trial: A Crash Course in Trial Preparation for Paralegals
Internet Research for Paralegals
The Intersect Between Domestic Relations & Bankruptcy Law
Which Electronic Devices Can Serve as a Witness?
FERPA – Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
Maintaining Corporate Formalities and the Importance of Doing So
Estate Planning Overview
Putting Values on Personal Injuries
Digital Estate Planning Overview
The Bartender’s Guide to eDiscovery
Winning Cases with Digital Forensics
Ohio Animal Cruelty Law Overview