Lee S. Kolczun Co., L.P.A.

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Ohio Estate Planning, Probate & Elder Law Firm

Lee S. Kolczun Co., L.P.A. is a boutique law firm located in Sheffield Village, Ohio, providing caring and professional legal representation in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration, and elder law. We offer personalized, tax-sensitive estate planning and wealth planning customized to the needs and objectives of each client, leveraging the use of technology to provide prompt services at affordable rates. For further information on our areas of expertise, please see our practice areas overview.

Over 35 Years of Experience

Lee S. Kolczun has practiced estate planning, probate and elder law for over 35 years in the State of Ohio and has an established reputation within the legal community for providing exceptional representation to his clients. Born and raised in Ohio, Mr. Kolczun is an active member of the local community as well as the Ohio and national legal communities, serving on committees and in leadership positions for the Lorain County, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio State and American Bar Associations.

Personalized Representation

At Lee S. Kolczun Co., L.P.A., we understand that every client situation is unique. We invest the necessary time in getting to know our clients’ needs and objectives, and after thoughtful reflection we formulate a strategy and plan designed to meet the client’s goals in an effective and efficient manner. We guide our clients throughout the entire process, explaining the available options and tax implications in clear and understandable terms, and providing our clients with complete confidence and peace of mind.

Contact Us for Assistance

To learn how we can assist you, contact Lee S. Kolczun Co., L.P.A. by e-mail or call us at (440) 934-3590. We offer free initial consultations and are available to meet in the evening or on weekends by prior arrangement. We can help ensure that your personal, financial and family needs are taken care of, now and in the years ahead.

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