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Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq.The Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati offers a series of educational programs geared towards family caregivers presented by experts in their fields, including physicians, nurses, social workers and attorneys titled "What Families Need to Know When the Diagnosis is Alzheimer's Disease or Related Dementia". Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq. will be a presenter at the Tuesday, May 15th session that will be held at Mercy Health West Hospital's auditorium, located at 3300 Mercy Health Boulevard, Cincinnati, OH 45211 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mary Ann will be discussing legal and financial planning, including advance directives, Medicaid and other pertinent topics. The program is free of charge, but reservations are required. You can register online at alz.org/Cincinnati or by calling 800.272.3900.

Daniel P. Randolph, Esq.Daniel P. Randolph, Esq. gave a presentation titled "A Brief History of the Origins and the Far-Reaching Ramifications of the Jewish Legion" at The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives on Wednesday evening, January 17, 2018.

Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq.Cincinnati Area Senior Services (CASS) has a Guardianship Assistance Program (GAP) that is involved in the care of a senior or the guardianship of a person. This nonprofit organization was founded in 1967 and is dedicated to providing necessary services for seniors in need in southwestern Ohio. Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq. will be assisting with the GAP orientation training for the guardianship program by explaining the legal process of guardianship to CASS employees on Monday, September 25, 2017. CASS is located at 2368 Victory Parkway, Suite 300, Cincinnati, OH 45206.

Donald B. Hordes, Esq.Donald B. Hordes, Esq. will be the moderator for an eight week course titled "Great Legal Issues of the 21st Century" presented by the University of Cincinnati, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The classes will be held at the Adath Israel Synagogue in Amberley Village on Tuesdays beginning September 26, 2017 – November 14, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. The course will cover major legal issues that have confronted the courts and have an impact on the day-to-day lives of Americans. Attorneys active in the discussion areas will be guest speakers. You can register for this course online at www.uc.edu/ce/olli. Don has been practicing law since 1969 and is a frequent lecturer in all areas of employment law.

Erica L. Groman, Esq.Ritter & Randolph, LLC is pleased to announce that Erica L. Groman, Esq. joined the firm as an associate attorney. Erica will be practicing in the areas of Estate & Charitable Planning, Probate, Estate & Trust Administration and Elder Law. She received her JD from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2015 and a BS in Exercise Physiology and a Minor in Biology from the University of Dayton in 2012. Erica is a volunteer with the Volunteer Lawyers Project and serves as a volunteer judge for Moot Court Competition. She has lived in the Greater Cincinnati area her entire life and attended Ursuline Academy of Cincinnati for high school. Erica currently lives in Mason and is a parishioner of All Saints Church. She enjoys tennis, exercising, reading and spending time with her family. Erica can be contacted at egroman@ritter-randolph.com.

Joseph Zoimen and Shimon Bachrach, captains CHDS team holding their trophies after winning first place brisket at the Cincinnati Kosher BBQ Cook Off Competition

Ritter & Randolph, LLC is happy to congratulate Joseph Zoimen, Esq. on his first place brisket in the first ever Cincinnati Kosher BBQ Competition held on Sunday, August 6th in Amberley Village. Joseph and Shimon Bachrach captained the CHDS team to victory. The competition attracted over a thousand spectators and was judged by a host of Kansas City Barbeque Society Certified Barbeque Judges as well as local celebrity judges, including Judge Norbert Nadel.

Joseph Zoimen, Esq.On Tuesday, July 4th, Joseph Zoimen, Esq. gave a presentation on the Basics of Ohio Estate Planning for younger families as part of a legal holiday seminar hosted by Congregation Zichron Eliezer in Amberley Village in conjunction with the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Synagogue Education Excellence Directive (SEED).

Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq.Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq. was presented with a Service Award for giving five years of volunteer service to Hospice of Cincinnati. Ritter & Randolph is proud of her commitment to Hospice of Cincinnati.

Justin T. Precht, Esq.Justin T. Precht, Esq. has joined the Arthritis Foundation's Planned Giving Task Team. Some of his responsibilities include developing marketing plans and strategies to result in gifts to the foundation, representing the Arthritis Foundation at official functions in the community and through social media, actively participating in special events held throughout the year and supporting the foundation's mission and fundraising activities.

Daniel P. Randolph, Esq.Daniel P. Randolph, Esq. has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Skirball Museum in Cincinnati. The museum is one of the oldest repositories of Jewish cultural artifacts in America. It is located in Mayerson Hall at 3101 Clifton Avenue on the campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq.Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq. was elected Moderator of the Presbytery of Cincinnati at the September meeting. The Presbytery of Cincinnati is the local governing council of the Presbyterian Church comprising 76 congregations in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.

Ritter & Randolph, LLC has relocated its law firm to 1 E. Fourth Street, Suite 700, Cincinnati, OH 45202-3705. Our title agency, Cambridge Land Title Agency, Inc., has also moved to this expanded location. We invite you to stop in and tour our new offices. Parking is available in the Olympic Garage at Third and Vine directly behind our building and also in the Union Central Garage in the PNC Center across from the Olympic Garage.

Ritter & Randolph, LLC Receives Accreditation from Better Business Bureau


Ritter & Randolph, LLC, located at 1 E. Fourth Street, Suite 700, Cincinnati, OH 45202, announced today that it has met standards required by Better Business Bureau for accreditation with the organization.

Ritter & Randolph, LLC really wants potential customers to feel comfortable when choosing them. BBB seal will help customers understand who they are and the core values they believe in.

BBB Accreditation means Ritter & Randolph, LLC adheres to very high ethical standards. People know they can trust a company that has made the commitment to live up to BBB Code of Business Practices:

Build Trust, Advertise Honestly, Tell the Truth, Be Transparent, Honor Promises, Be Responsive, Safeguard Privacy, Embody Integrity.

Being affiliated with BBB shows Ritter & Randolph, LLC is one of a select group of businesses in our community that not only supports BBB's services but also subscribes to the idea that ethical business is good business and that you "deliver trust" by treating the public in a fair and honest manner.

Donna ChristensenThe Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization whose philosophy is “Making the Connection...Fulfilling the Need” for people in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Donna Christensen serves on its Advisory Council. One of its flagship programs, the Operation School Bell program, provides less fortunate children in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky schools with school uniforms, jackets, socks, underwear, belts, hygiene items and shoes. Children are also given a duffel bag to transport their new personal items.

Approximately 55 children are bused to the organization’s facility at 1057 Meta Drive in Bond Hill each day.  ALGC plans to assist approximately 1800 children this school year.  This program starts in mid August and ends usually the first week in October.  Buses come in the mornings and/or afternoons and all the volunteers happily return knowing they are making children’s lives a little better.

The Operation School Bell program is truly a labor of love by the many volunteers that are at the facility daily greeting the children getting off the bus, helping outfit each child with clothes and shoes and then entertaining them with arts and crafts until the entire bus load of children’s needs are met and then watching the smiling faces of the children getting on the school bus for their return to school.

Over the last 13 years, more than 13,000 children have received new school uniforms through the Operation School Bell program.  Many of the organization’s members also tutor students in area schools to improve academic performance.

If you are interested in helping support this worthwhile organization or volunteering in any capacity, please contact the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati at 513-221-4447, or via email algc@fuse.net. Visit www.assistanceleaguecincinnati.org for more details.

Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq.Mary Ann Jacobs, Esq. is one of the organizers of the new networking group "Westside Professional Women". Click here to find out how you can join.

Daniel P. Randolph, Esq.2014 marks Daniel P. Randolph, Esq.'s 18th Anniversary of having been awarded a rating of AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. The AV Preeminent Rating is the pinnacle of professional excellence earned through a strenuous Peer Review Rating process that is managed and monitored by the world's most trusted legal resource. This highest possible rating is in both legal ability and ethical standards.