Southeastern Ohio Legal Services - New Philadelphia Office

332 West High Avenue
New Philadelphia, OH - 44663
Phone Number: (330) 339-3998
Fax Number: (330) 339-6672



Southeastern Ohio Legal Services (SEOLS) is civil legal aid. Civil legal aid helps keep our justice system fair for all regardless of how much money you have. EOLS provides access to legal help so people can protect their livelihoods, their health, their homes and their families. SEOLS provides legal assistance for people who cannot afford an attorney through representation and easy-to-understand information about your legal rights. This includes information about how to get into court, what to do when in court or what to do when dealing with government agencies. SEOLS also provides easy-to-complete legal forms. We provide help with health benefit issues, school problems, housing issues, employment problems, utility questions, family law problems, consumer problems, cash benefit issues and other issues. SEOLS also assists groups of low-income people and other community partners to improve the lives of low-income people and families.

Not sure if we can help you? Request services online or find your local office to find out how we can help you.

All of our offices are open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., except for special meetings, and holidays. Contact us (request services on line, call or visit our office) as soon as the problem starts.


Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, and Tuscarawas Counties


Mission Statement: Our mission is to obtain equal access to justice for our clients through advocacy, education, and empowerment.

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2020-02-28 00:10:13

I owned a tattoo shop in Uhrichsville, Ohio during the first half of 2017. I closed my tattoo shop in August of 2017, therefor I didn't file sales tax for the shop in 2018. The Attorney General Office of Ohio said because I failed to file sales taxes on the shop for the fiscal year of 2018 that they prorated what I owe to the tune of $6824. I have written to them and talked to them on multiple occasions and they still sent it to Tuscarawas County Clerk of Courts to file a lien against me. This means they can remove property and assets totaling the amount they say I owe. I am at a loss and don't know what to do to resolve it. What would be your advice in resolving this issue?

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