Harrisburg, Ohio Elder Lawyers
Former Judge Advocate in the U.S. Marine Corps for three years gaining extensive trial advocacy experience. Worked as the Assistant City Attorney for a suburban city in Franklin County practicing in Ohio municipal law. Entered private practice serving the needs of clients in a wide number of legal areas. My practice is now limited to Family Law matters and Divorce in New York state. Also licensed in Ohio.
Tonya R. Coles, Esq. is a solo practitioner in Columbus, Ohio. She focuses her practice on elder law, estate planning, and probate law. Tonya is a graduate of Capital University Law School. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio.
Jacintha Kraft Balch is an Ohio Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust, holds the highest Martindale Hubbell AV rating available to any lawyer, and has been named as one of Central Ohio's Top Lawyers in C.E.O. Magazine. She founded Balch Law in 1991. The firm's practice is dedicated to providing large firm experience with small firm attention. She is a member of The Columbus Foundation's Professional Advisory Board, has served on the Columbus Jewish Foundation's Professional Advisory Board and as a Board Member of Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio. She is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education...
Douglas R. Jackson is the founding firm member of Jackson & Curtin with office locations in Columbus and Dayton, Ohio. He received a B. A. degree, cum laude, from Ohio University. Mr. Jackson received his M.B.A. degree from Western Kentucky University and his J.D. degree from Captial University. Mr. Jackson is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, former chairman of the American Cancer Planned Giving Council, and is a member of the Catholic Foundation Professional Advisory Group
(937) 427-2049 2661 Commons Blvd.
Beavercreek, OH 43215
Beavercreek, OH 43215
My practice has transitioned over the last few years. The largest area of practice is Estate Planning (helping families prepare for a death and minimize legal work needed following a death in their family) and helping families with legal work necessary after a death in their family. It's referred to as "Probate" work. However, with proper planning, it should be referred to as Probate/non-Probate legal work. I have helped families in hundreds of cases from large, complex matters to small non-complex matters. The people that you plan for will likely be your family. We can help you make a plan...
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