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The Law Office of Kenneth R. Crosley focuses on Estate Planning and Probate proceedings.  Our office has been serving Northwest  Ohio since 2011. Our office is well versed in what planning options are available, whether it be wills or a trust; and what is  appropriate for you. Our office will show you different ways to achieve your Estate Planning goals. Proper Estate Planing will make your family  more secure and protected.

A well thought out Estate Plan and Probate go hand in hand. Having a plan in place can make the Probate process go smoother.

The Probate process can be intimidating, knowing which process to choose, deadlines that need to be met, even what needs to be filed.  There are several probate process that can be used. Each has its own requirements, forms and deadlines.

When you call or email, you speak to me. There is no answering service passing messages on, no robot replies to emails, just a personal response to you and your needs.

Client Approach

The Law Office of Kenneth R. Crosley is a client centered practice and will put your needs first. We will listen to you, your goals, and your concerns. Our goal is to provide you, the client, with caring, compassionate and realistic options to achieve your goal. We want this to be a lasting relationship, not a one-time service.

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