Felicity, Ohio Real Estate Lawyers
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Paul Kellogg is an attorney in Cincinnati with the Phillips Law Firm, Inc. Paul’s practice focuses on providing comprehensive estate planning and probate services to families and business owners, as well as serving as outside general counsel to entrepreneurs and businesses where he provides guidance and advice on a wide variety of transactions and disputes. He can be reached at (513) 985-2500 or via email at PJK@PhillipsLawFirm.com.
Peter has maintained a result-oriented law practice in Cincinnati for over 30 years. His practice focuses on zoning, land use, eminent domain, real estate, foreclosure, workouts, bankruptcy, receivership, probate, trust and estate disputes, contracts, personal injury, commercial and other complex civil litigation matters in Ohio and Kentucky. Peter is licensed to practice in both the State of Ohio and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as well as the following federal courts: - US District Court, Southern District of Ohio - US District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky - US Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit - US Supreme Court
Inside the courtroom or over a cup of coffee, Joseph Braun is your trusted source of legal advice, professional representation and strategic planning. A strong regulatory background gives Joseph an advantage in finding the nooks and crannies in the law that enables Joseph to plan for contingencies, work through your problem, or remedy a potential crisis. Joseph practices estate planning, probate law, real estate law, adoption law, and more. Outside of work Joseph enjoys hiking and camping with his wife, playing with his dachshund son Ludwig, and attending church at the Oaks Community Church in Middletown.
Joe is from Cincinnati, served as an officer in the US Navy, worked as an engineer, and has been providing legal services for 27+ years to families and small business owners in the areas of real estate and construction, landlords, tenants, condominium and homeowner associations, business contracts, trademarks, and family law matters including wills and estate planning, divorce, dissolution, and custody.