New Haven, Ohio Estate Planning Lawyers
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I am the owner of Thatcher Law, LLC in Mansfield, Ohio (Richland County). My firm is committed to serving clients in the Mansfield Ohio and Columbus, Ohio areas. Thatcher Law, LLC currently focuses on family and domestic law, divorce, dissolution, custody, child support, estate planning, wills, trusts, business law, contract law, and business formation. My law school honors include graduating summa cum laude in the top 7% of my class, Order of the Curia, Executive Articles and Business Editor for Capital University Law School Law Review, and scoring in the 96th percentile on the Ohio Bar...
Attended the Ohio State University receiving a B.A. in Political Science. Graduated with a J.D. from the University of Akron School of Law in 2003. Admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2003 and licensed in the Northern and Southern Federal District Courts of Ohio, the Sixth Circuit Federal Appellate Court and the United States Supreme Court. Worked primarily in the areas of bankruptcy, civil litigation, appellate and both Federal and State creditor/debtor rights law.
Charles Lynch is a compassionate Ohio family law attorney with 40 years of experience helping people through these complex and frequently emotional times in their lives. His practice areas include adoption, mediation, divorce and separation agreements, estate planning, trusts, custodial arrangements, and more.
Mr. Rifici limits his practice to the areas of Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Probate matters, which include: preparing Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Deeds, and related planning documents; advising clients on efficiently transferring family wealth to younger generations; administration of Probate Estates, Guardianship Estates, and various types of Trusts; Probate Court litigation of contested Wills, Trusts, and related matters; and, assisting clients with long-term health care needs like care planning, asset preservation, veteran's benefits, and Medicaid applications.
With over 40 years of experience I have seen your legal issue. I always try to avoid legalese and talk to clients in words they can understand. I believe that it is also important to ask the client what they expect/want to happen and make that the joint goal, if at all possible. If this is not possible, explain why not before the client retains and determine what is acceptable as a goal.