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Cincinnati Estate Planning Attorney Finney Law Firm

Estate Planning and Administration

Cincinnati Estate Planning Attorney Christopher Finney and the other Finney Law Firm attorneys assist our clients with estate planning tailored to desires of our clients and the needs of their family.  We assist our clients in achieving their personal and financial goals, as well as obtaining favorable estate and income tax results.  We offer advice to help our clients avoid probate and the costs associated with the same.  Our many years of work in the estate-planning field provide a foundation from which to focus on substantial and complex estate plans.

We provide clients with a full range of estate planning vehicles, including:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Business succession planning
  • Powers of attorney
  • Durable powers of attorney
  • Charitable trusts
  • Living wills
  • Gifts
  • Tax planning
  • Trust administration

Our attorneys offer a full range of estate administration services to individuals and families.  Our estate administration practice focuses on helping Executors and Trustees accomplish the necessary tasks involved with administration of estates and trusts.  We advise personal representatives, prepare necessary court documentation, assist in retitling assets as necessary, and assist in managing the sale and disposition of real property and other valuable assets.

For an example of how we have made a difference in this area for our clients, click here.

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Contact us to see how Finney Law Firm can make a difference for you in planning the disposition of your estate and/or with the administration of an estate.

  • At Finney Law Firm, we work relentlessly to develop value-based services, with our clients objectives and bottom-line in mind. We do this with cutting-edge legal strategies and utilization of technology, allowing us to keep pace with the demands of our clients’ own challenging business environments. We look forward to serving you.
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