Columbus Estate Attorney
The attorneys of Metz, Bailey & McLoughlin, LLP, LLP are committed to partnering with clients to create customized and effective estate plans and directives that serve the interests of the client, instilling confidence that the future is safe.
We do not sell wills as a product. We strive to form a relationship with each client that will endure over the years, through the administration of the estate and the trusts. These are highly personal instruments that will frame your future and provide for your family. Our attorneys will be there each step of the way, ensuring that your goals are accomplished through dynamic strategies and planning vehicles.
Our Estate Planning Services
We handle complicated legal issues, including estate planning, probate, business law and employment law. Our firm has earned a reputation for service and excellence. Our practice covers several complex areas of law, including:
- Probate and estate administration — We assist families, executors, administrators and trustees with the process of probating an estate. Probate is a complex process that is easier with the help of an experienced attorney.
- Estate planning — Plan for yourself and your family by creating a will, trust and powers of attorney. We will show you how to minimize the time and expense of probate and how to provide for developmentally disabled children and adults in the future. We will also help you with succession planning.
- Elder care
- Wills and Trusts
- Medicaid spend down
We are a small firm, focused on providing individualized and attentive service to each client. You take the time to understand your needs and goals, tailoring our service to these objectives.
Westerville Employment Law Attorneys
We are also equipped to handle all business law matters, including:
- Labor and employment — Our attorneys represent workers and employers in disputes over discrimination, wages, termination, workers’ compensation, breach of contract and other issues. Contact us before you act so you are certain that you follow federal and Ohio state laws.
- Business mergers and formation
- Municipal law