Representing the Greater Cincinnati Area for over 50 Years.

Providing Practical Solutions for Real Life Issues

Our skilled attorneys have decades of experience helping clients navigate through life’s legal challenges. Whether it be Estate Planning, Labor and Employment Law, Nursing Home Medicaid Planning or complex Litigation, Ritter & Randolph approaches cases with a unique blend of hard work, expert legal advice, and empathy for the human needs of its diverse client population.

Our Practice Areas

Estate planning has two important purposes: (1) to ensure your property is distributed according to your wishes with minimal consequences; and (2) it allows you, and not the state, to determine who will look after you and your property in the event that you become disabled and are no longer capable of making these decisions.

The area of law that is centered on those 55 years of age and older. It encompasses long term care planning, estate planning, Medicaid planning and application, guardianships, trust administration and estate administration.

The practice of law that involves the relationships among employers, employees, and their labor organizations, except workers’ compensation.

Probate is the legal process to transfer the decedent’s probate assets, which are assets titled in the decedent’s name alone, to the estate beneficiaries.

Career Opportunities

Probate Paralegal

Ritter & Randolph, LLC is looking to hire an experienced paralegal for its probate and estate planning practice.  This position will primarily involve the administration of estates and trusts and will have extensive client contact.  We offer competitive compensation and benefits.

Blog Posts

Are You Ok if You Mistakenly Deed Property to Your Trust in Ohio?

In Ohio, real property is transferred via a deed. To successfully convey property from a seller to a buyer there are several formal requirements. Arguably, the most important requirement is the participation of two or more parties, a grantor and a grantee. Both must be either a person or entity legally existing at the time […]

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Planning for a Child with Special Needs

Planning for a child with special needs requires extra care.  Individuals with special needs often depend or will depend on needs-based government benefit programs like Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid, which have strict income and asset guidelines for eligibility. Because of those guidelines, leaving an inheritance outright to a child with special needs who […]

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Housing Prices Appear Steady Even with Cap on SALT Deductions

It has been over a year and a half since the United States Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the famous Trump tax cuts. Early critics of the law included the National Association of Realtors, who predicted that the law would cause housing prices to decline due to provisions capping deductions […]

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