Aaron is originally from Scioto County, and he moved to Chillicothe in 2004. He attended Minford High School prior to graduating from Ohio University. Aaron is a proud alumnus of the University of Akron School of Law, where he graduated with honors.
Prior to joining the Rutherford Law Office, Aaron served as a law clerk for the Honorable Judith A. Christley and as the court administrator/magistrate for the Fourth District Court of Appeals. He has worked for the Office of the Ohio Public Defender, and currently is an assistant law director with the city of Chillicothe.
Aaron lives in Ross County with his wife and two daughters. When not at work, Aaron is very involved with his family and the local community. He has coached his girls in soccer and softball, and now enjoys sitting of on the sideline watching them play. Aaron is also on the board of directors for the Adena Mansion and Gardens Society.
Aaron focuses on domestic relations, family law, civil litigation and estate planning. Aaron dedicates himself to providing zealous advocacy at all stages of a case, from investigation through trial. He practices primarily in Ross County and the surrounding areas.
Chase was born and raised in Chillicothe, Ohio. A graduate of Chillicothe High School Chase spent an equal amount of time in the wrestling room and the art classroom. A former sailor stationed in Port Hueneme California. He was attached to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Four and promoted to Petty Officer Second Class just prior to his second deployment to Afghanistan. Returning home to Ohio Chase finished his Bachelors at Ohio University and then went on to Capital Law School.
Chase enjoys the outdoor amenities of living in Chillicothe whether running the woods or paddling down through the shoots with his American Bulldog Rico Suave. Chase can often be seen riding a skateboard to the courthouse, a board which he has dubbed the “courtroom cruiser”. Chase’s favorite spots in downtown Chillicothe are Carl’s Townhouse and Sweet William Blossom Boutique.