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Elizabeth Schmitz

Elder Law Attorney Elizabeth  Schmitz

Elizabeth S. Schmitz, Attorney at Law

1900 Polaris Parkway
Suite 450
Columbus, OH 43240
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Attorney Profile

Elizabeth Schmitz practices estate planning, probate and elder law. Her practice allows her to guide families and individuals as they provide for themselves and their loved ones during all stages of life. 

Elizabeth has worked extensively in the field of estate planning and administration.  As a member of the legal department and then as a trust officer at National City Bank she administered estates and trusts and provided legal advice.  She has been in private practice since 1994 drafting estate plans, administering estates, and assisting her clients through the transitions in their lives.

Elizabeth is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, a member of the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section of the Ohio State Bar Association and a member of the Columbus Bar Association.

Elizabeth received her undergraduate degree cum laude in 1988 from Kenyon College majoring in history and economics.  She obtained her law degree in 1991 from The Ohio State University College of Law.

Elizabeth’s husband, Patrick, is also an attorney.  She has two children, Matthew and Megan.

Firm Description 

Elizabeth S. Schmitz Attorney at Law advises provides advise to clients to plan for the transitions is their lives. Services include long term care planning, trusts and wills, estate and trust administration.

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Firm Website: www.eschmitzlaw.com

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