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Columbus Ohio Attorney George Wolfe

Highly respected by Ohio lawyers and clients, Columbus Ohio Attorney George Wolfe knows the Judges and Courts of Central Ohio.   George is a skilled Columbus Ohio Attorney with 22 years of experience in Probate,  Divorce, and Criminal Defense (DUI and Criminal Cases).  

Meet Our Attorneys

George M. Wolfe
George Wolfe grew up in Dublin, Ohio. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1991 and Capital Law School in 1994. George has been a resident of Ohio for 43 years. George has worked as a respected Columbus Ohio lawyer for over 20 years, handl…
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Practice Areas

Columbus Criminal Defense Attorney

Nothing is more frightening than being locked up for a misdemeanor or felony.   Wolfe Legal Services will expertly represent you in Municipal Court, Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judges Mayor's Court, and Federal Court.   If you are charged or being investigated immediately contact us for aggressive defense counsel, before talking to law enforcement.   Never talk to Police without your attorney present.   Attorney Wolfe is also highly knowledgeable in firearms law, gun trusts, concealed carry, Castle Doctrine and self-defense.  Contact George M. Wolfe today for a Columbus Ohio attorney concentrating in criminal defense.

Family Law and Divorce Lawyer

Divorce, Parenting Time, and custody battles can be emotionally draining.   We consider the needs of the whole family and the client's best interest.  Wolfe Legal Services can you help you with prenuptial agreements, finding an amicable solution, mediation, collaborative divorce, or fight for you aggressively in trial.   Whether you need a divorce lawyer or have disputes in child custody, property division, or spousal support, feel free to contact us anytime for caring advice.  If you need a Columbus Ohio Attorney for family law, please contact George Wolfe or Marcie Fronefield for a free phone consultation.

Estate Planning and Probate Attorney

Estate planning is something people often overlook.  Estate planning prepares to transfer your assets cost-effectively to the people you know and love upon death. Everyone should do estate planning and powers of attorney so he or she controls how her assets are distributed, and who may care for children if a parent dies.  Contacting Wolfe Legal Services now about estate planning will save heirs money, avoid probate, and protect the people you love.  Probate is a court which handles asset transfers, guardianships, name changes, adoptions, among other things.  You can avoid probate and guardianships through proper estate planning. Learn more about estate planning HERE.   Contact George M. Wolfe today for a Columbus Ohio attorney concentrating in Estate Planning and Probate.

Real Estate Lawyer

Real estate is most people's biggest purchase.  When committing so much money you should know we have found many mistakes in transactions, undetected liens, and helped improve contract terms.  A real estate lawyer is necessary to review any offer you make or receive (before signing) and make sure that your rights are protected and your duties clearly defined.  George Wolfe has extensive experience helping people buying or selling, in a real estate dispute, or contemplating a residential or commercial real estate transaction.   Contact George M. Wolfe today for a Columbus Ohio attorney concentrating in real estate law and transactions.

Blog Posts

Sep
14
You’ve been diligent about your estate planning, and left a sizable chunk of your estate to one of your children. But what happens if your child receives an inheritance, then gets divorced? Will part of the inheritance money go to your child’s… Read More
Sep
5
How do you determine whether you need a revocable trust? A revocable trust is distinguished by the fact that it can be changed or even cancelled by the trust-maker, at any time. A trust also offers flexibility because the trust-maker can choose to tr… Read More
Aug
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A properly crafted estate planning strategy has two primary components. First, you want to protect your legacy by making sure that your family will be provided for after your death. Second, you want to minimize the amount of taxes you need to pay.… Read More