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.

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Housing Market Gives Gloomy New Year’s Forecast

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal suggests that the U.S. housing market is predicted to stumble even further in 2019. This past year has seen the housing market plummet, as the cost to buy a new home has increased while inventory has continued to fall. The decline in the housing market has also […]

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For the New Year, Resolve to PLAN!

With the New Year quickly approaching, many people are brainstorming ideas for their “New Year’s Resolution.” Need some ideas? You should consider finalizing your estate plan! After all, what better way to start the New Year than planning for your future and that of your loved ones? While many people associate estate planning with the […]

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So You Finalized Your Estate Plan. Now What?

Clients often express relief after finalizing their estate planning documents. However, even after all your documents are signed, there are still further steps that you should take to ensure that your affairs are in the best possible order.

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