Probate and Estate Administration Lawyer, Serving Clients Throughout Southwest Ohio
The death of a family member or loved one is never easy. Throughout the estate administration and probate process we are mindful that family members need to concentrate on supporting one another through a period of grief while we take care of all of the legal and procedural demands of probate. Serving as an executor to an estate, estate administration and probate can be complicated. Call us to guide you through those complications.
Wolterman Law handles the administration of estates and trusts of all sizes - from the very small to high net-worth estates implicating state and federal estate taxes. We also represent executors and trustees who live in other states with responsibility for the administration of an Ohio trust or estate.
As a small firm with a sophisticated trusts, estates and probate practice, we offer our clients the depth of experience and legal knowledge that is characteristic of larger firms while at the same time providing personable and individualized client service. We take a proactive role in our work in probate, trust and estate administration, and our firm's tax, business, litigation and real property experience helps immeasurably with the administration of assets typically held by family corporations or partnerships, real estate investors and other entrepreneurs.
Our lawyers also take referrals and serve as local counsel for probate, estate and trust administration involving out-of-state property or out-of-state probate matters with property in Ohio.
We help families avoid the disagreements that sometimes arise over the terms of a will or the administration of a trust. When necessary, however, our experience in probate litigation can help point the way toward a favorable resolution in claims against fiduciaries.
With our office located in Loveland, we are uniquely situated to serve probate clients in Hamilton County, Warren County, Clermont County and Butler County.
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