Abigail N. Dalesandro

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Phone: (330) 996-4099
Fax: (330) 643-0732

Abigail N. Dalesandro practices law in the area of domestic relations including divorce, dissolution, child custody, and visitation.

Abi graduated summa cum laude from Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio in 2013 and passed the Ohio bar the same year.  During law school, Abi was a Teaching Assistant in the Legal Research and Writing program and participated in the law school mediation clinic at the Franklin County Court.

Prior to attending law school, Abi had a career in financial audit and compliance at a Fortune 100 company, providing her with a unique set of skills to assist clients with complex financial situations. Reviewing a privately-held company’s balance sheet owned by one of the parties to a divorce case and gleaning important information from it is second nature to her.

Abi is excited to join the firm as of July, 2019 because the attorneys at Melissa Graham-Hurd & Associates, LLC have a commitment to providing a compassionate, personal approach to resolving legal matters through negotiation, mediation or litigation. Abi knows how to find the answers to the pressing questions and concerns through her experience, research skills, resourceful nature, and the wealth of knowledge she can access through professional associations.

Abi stays involved and in touch with the state of the law in Ohio in her practice areas through the Continuing Legal Education seminars and the networking opportunities available through the Akron and Ohio Bar Associations.

When not working to further the best interests of her clients, Abi enjoys teaching yoga and spending time outdoors with her family.


  • Ohio, 2013


  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, OH
    • Juris Doctor- 2013
  • The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business, Columbus, OH
    • S.B.A 2005


  • Akron Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association


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