Shew & Dixon Law OfficeThe Law Firm that Truly Cares About YOU!
Since 1980, Shew & Dixon Law Office in Middletown, OH has provided honest, caring, and knowledgeable legal guidance for clients involved in a wide range of cases. Our areas of practice include probate, divorce, personal injury, criminal law, bankruptcy and more. With our diverse expertise, we are able to provide services that benefit clients dealing with various issues. We take the time to parse through all of the details of your case, analyzing it from all angles so we can construct a solid strategy that will get you the best possible results.
As a small firm, we provide personalized services to each of our clients and truly get to know them and their situation. We understand that you are coming to us during a difficult time, and we are committed to doing everything we can to help you move forward and get the justice you deserve.
J.C. Shew, a 1966 graduate of the College of Wooster and University of Akron School of Law in 1969. He is licensed to practice law in Ohio, Florida and Massachusetts.
Shew is also certified as an acting judge in the Middletown Municipal court.
Attorney Shew is a member of the Butler County Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association, where he serves on the Council of Delegates.
J.C. Shew is an active member of Middletown Kiwanis Club and Middletown Masonic Temple bodies.
He has been an active parishioner at the United Methodist Church for over 30 years and a committed community leader with The Middletown area Senior Center and YMCA board.
A Middletown, Ohio, native, Matthew T. Dixon is a graduate of Edgewood High School in nearby Trenton.
He earned his undergraduate degree from his grandfather’s alma mater, Mississippi State University, in 1996 and his doctor of jurisprudence, magna cum laude, from the Mississippi College School of Law in 2000.
Prior to returning to his hometown, he was employed as the senior associate attorney at the law firm of Henley, Lotterhos & Henley, PLLC, in Jackson, Mississippi, practicing primarily in the fields of debtor/creditor law and insurance subrogation.
Previously, he had assisted in criminal defense as a legal extern and intern for the Office of the Public Defender of Hinds County, Mississippi, and clerked for William D. Baxley, Attorney at Law, preparing cases for a general law practice focused on divorce, bankruptcy and criminal defense.
He was honorably discharged in 1998 after five years in the United States Army Reserve, serving as a Specialist E-4/51 Tango in the 412th Engineer Command.
In support of his community, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Middletown Symphony Orchestra, as a Trustee for the Middletown Historical Society, and as a volunteer for the Middletown Community Foundation, including as an interviewer on its Scholarship Selection Committee. He is an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Middletown, the Middletown YMCA, First United Methodist Church of Middletown, Preservation Restoration and Improvement of South Main (PRISM) and The Chamber of Commerce Serving Middletown, Monroe, and Trenton. He is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Mississippi Bar, Mid-Miami Valley Bar Association, Butler County Bar Association, Cincinnati Bar Association and American Bar Association.