The law offices for Weldon, Huston and Keyser look much the same as they did 101 years ago.

MANSFIELD — Melissa K. Tommelleo and Nicholas D. Atterholt have been named as Partners in the Mansfield law firm of Weldon, Huston & Keyser, LLP.

Melissa Tommelleo is a Mansfield native, having graduated from Mansfield Senior High. Tommelleo attended Ashland University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees in Criminal Justice and Religion. Tommelleo is a 2005 Capital Law School graduate. She currently serves at the President of the Richland County Bar Association and is active with the Mid-Ohio Youth Mentoring program.

Melissa K. Tommelleo

Melissa K. Tommelleo

Tommelleo is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio, and concentrates her practice in the area of Family Law and criminal defense, with a focus on divorce, dissolution, adoptions, and domestic relations.

Tommelleo resides in Mansfield with her husband, Rob, and their children.

Nicholas D. Atterholt

Nicholas D. Atterholt

Nicholas D. Atterholt is an Ashland County native, having graduated from Hillsdale High School. Atterholt attended the Ohio State University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees in English and History. Atterholt is a 2013 graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law where he graduated Cum Laude.

Atterholt currently serves as the Vice President for the Hillsdale Local Schools Board of Education. Atterholt has been rated as a “Rising Star” by Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine for the years of 2018, 2019, and 2020.

Atterholt is licensed to practice in the State of Ohio and all Ohio Federal Courts, and concentrates his practice on Civil Litigation with a focus on real estate, contract, personal injury, probate, and landlord/tenant disputes. Atterholt also handles estate planning and criminal defense matters.

Atterholt resides in Ashland County with his wife, Megan.

Weldon, Huston & Keyser has a long tradition of serving clients in North Central Ohio, dating back to 1932. The Firm is comprised of nine attorneys, all with local roots in Richland and Ashland Counties.

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