Special Note: **I can make house calls within a 10 mile radius. I have served clients in retirement communities including Maple Knoll, Twin Lakes, Twin Towers, Cottingham, Mason Christian Village, Llanfair, & The Kenwood.**
About Me: I am Mom to five amazing daughters - three adopted from China. A 1987 graduate of Hanover College, I attended law school at University of Cincinnati College of Law and graduated in 1991 in the top 10% of my class. I began my career with a large law firm (Thompson Hine) downtown, moved to a small firm in Hyde Park (Finney, Stagnaro, et. al.), and I now practice in Blue Ash, Ohio, in northern Cincinnati, as a sole practitioner. I am also an ordained chaplain.
With over 20 years experience working with estate planning clients, trustees, executors, and tax professionals, I LOVE my job because I get to work with great people like you, creating customized wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and more - all tailored for your specific needs. I work with clients from many different walks of life, and I am happy to work within your budget to provide the best answers for you. If you need help with a loved one's estate or trust, I can help you understand what needs to be done and provide assistance with probate and administration.
Ohio State Bar Association & Cincinnati Bar Association (Estate and Probate Section)
Cincinnati House of Prayer, Northstar Church, & Roots & Branches Prayer Ministry
My offices are conveniently located just south of I-275, between I-71 and I-75. Office hours by appointment only.
THERE'S MORE. In addition to wills, trusts, estate planning, powers of attorney, probate, trust administration, I can also help you with prenuptial agreements, residential real estate contracts, employment contracts, setting up LLCs, finalizing inter-national adoptions (and re-adoptions), and more ... all with a personal touch.
Please contact me with your needs. If there is anything that I cannot assist you with, I will be happy to refer you to someone who can help.
Plan Now! It is so easy to put off planning for the future, particularly when it comes to our own mortality. But we owe it to our children and loved ones to make a plan that protects them and provides the best for their future. Everyone should have a will and most parents should also have a trust for their children. Regardless of your situation, right now there are planning opportunities and legal protection available for your heirs that cannot be accomplished after your death..