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Areas of Expertise
As an associate at the Law Office of Anthony W. Greco, Hari Sathappan’s practice focuses on family law, including the areas of divorce, dissolution, custody, post-decree modification, termination of spousal support, child support modification, grandparent’s rights, and appeals.
Hari’s cases are primarily high income, high asset, and involve high conflict. Hari finds that success is best achieved by building cases with the thought of appeal in mind from the very first meeting. This means developing case law, through thorough research, and evidence, through thorough discovery. By creating this solid foundation, Hari’s clients are put in a position of strength during negotiations and are able to, hopefully, resolve their cases in their favor without the expenses associated with a full trial. Even if settlement is not an option, this foundation greatly improves the chances of success at trial and beyond.
In family law, we recognize that the results of a case have repercussions that can last a lifetime. Child-related orders, including custody, visitation, and child support, are all modifiable through the child’s emancipation. Hari Sathappan believes that educating clients on how to deal with and communicate with an ex, in a manner that helps them avoid subsequent rounds of litigation, or puts them in a position where a second round of litigation will begin in their favor is just as important as building and winning an initial case.
This method of handling cases is time and labor intensive as well as emotionally draining, but Hari believes that going all in is necessary to help his client’s achieve their goals. In family law cases, your children, livelihood, and happiness is at stake and there is nothing more important.
Hari is originally from Wheeling, WV, and then St. Clairsville, OH. Hari attended undergrad at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, where he majored in neurology and creative writing. Hari moved to Columbus to attend The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. In law school, Hari served as the Editor-in-Chief of The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. Before joining the Law Office of Anthony W. Greco, Hari’s legal practice focused on real estate, including ownership disputes over oil, gas, and mineral rights. Currently, Hari Sathappan and his wife, also an attorney, live in Dublin along with their son and two Shetland sheepdogs.
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law
– Juris Doctor, May 2014
– Bachelor’s of Arts, June 2009
State of Ohio
Associate Attorney, Law Office of Anthony W. Greco
– March 2016 to Present
Managing Attorney, Law Office of Hari K. Sathappan
– October 2015 to March 2016
Associate Attorney, Law Office of Gregory W. Hinzey
– October 2014 to September 2015
Law Clerk, United States Attorney’s Office
– Summer 2012 and Summer 2013
Ohio State Bar Association
Columbus Bar Association
Slaying the Synthetic Hydra: Drafting a Controlled Substance Act that Effectively Captures Synthetic Analogues, 11 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 827 (2014)