Planning for the future can be incredibly meaningful. But that doesn't mean it's easy — far from it. Since 2012, I've been helping individuals and families protect what matters most by crafting well-rounded estate plans. I'm ready to assist you in drafting wills, creating trusts, and utilizing other tools to gain peace of mind for you and your loved ones.
After earning my philosophy degree from the University of Akron, I went on to attend The Ohio State's Moritz College of Law. At both institutions, I developed a passion for using the law to make a difference in people's lives. After a decade of helping families throughout Columbus as a Black-owned business, I remain firmly committed to offering knowledgeable estate planning services to those in Ohio who need them.
You're never too old or too young to start planning for the future — but you can be too late. With so much on the line for you and your loved ones, don't try to do this alone. Put an experienced estate planning attorney on your side as you strive to craft a comprehensive roadmap for your family once you've passed. Here at The Law Office of Gregory L. Williams, I know how meaningful this process can be, and I'm ready to help you navigate it.
When you decide to work with me, you won't be just another number on a list. You'll receive my undivided attention at every stage of the legal process. I'll listen to your story, understand your situation, and craft a plan with your goals in mind.
At my firm, honesty is everything. I'll tell you what you need to hear — not just what you want to hear — in order to move you and your family forward. Transparency is key when it comes to your future and the future of your assets.
Some lawyers isolate themselves from their clients. That's not how I do things. I am always available to respond to any questions or concerns you may have. The estate planning process can be complex — you shouldn't have to face it alone.
Your will serves as a roadmap for your family to follow once you've passed. You'll be able to designate beneficiaries, name an executor, pick a guardian for your children, specify who will receive what assets, and more. Consult an estate planning attorney to draft a will that covers all the bases.
If your goal is to help your family avoid the difficult process of probate after your death, consider setting up a trust. There is a variety of trusts, including revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. Let's work together to find out if these tools are the right choice for you and your loved ones.
An advance directive states your medical treatment preferences in advance and leaves directions to an agent you appoint to carry out those preferences for you. In Ohio, advance directives refer to three types of legal documents. Reach out to me to learn more about this crucial part of estate planning.